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FIRST ROW: Jeff Yanagi, Ron Kobrenski, Al Daigle, Joe Buglione, Fred Nassar, Dan O'Rourke SECOND ROW: Coach Scanlon, Steve Michaud, 
Jim Lafond, George Williams, Brian Blaney, Pat O'SulIivan, Mike Roy, Jack Welch 



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FRONT ROW (left to right): P. Howshan, P. May, T. Tinney, P. Ashworth, B. Hebsch, M. Beshera, Capt. P. Sparta, T. Trussell, G. Kachadorian, J. 
Devine, J. Moschetto, D. Lawson, K. Greenwood, K. Homsey. MIDDLE ROW (left to right): D. Hargreaves, R. R. Tremblay, R. Nicholson, N. Tardug- 
no, J. Bajor, S. Alliette, R. Florenz, J. Cahalan, R. Brown, J. Forrest, C Mesrobian, J. Kuncho, W. Flanagan. BACK ROW (left to right): D. Collins, 
R. Valcourt, Manager J. McGurren, R. Grillo, D. Collins, M. Angelari, J. Monte, D. Nazarian, R. Peretti, P. Karpowicz, Assit. Coach Bill Gosselin, 
Coach John Rimas. 



TRACK 1967 





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RECORD 




Methuen 


74 


Wilmington 


39 


Methuen 


18 


Andover 


95 


Methuen 


35 


Tewksbury 


77 


Methuen 


38 


Chelmsford 


75 


Methuen 


62 


Vocational 


51 


Methuen 


72 


Salem, N. H 


41 


Methuen 


91 


Billerica 


22 


Methuen 


54 


North Andover 59 


Methuen 


55 


Dracut 


58 


Methuen 


80 


Burlington 


35 




COACH JOHN RIMAS 



COACH BILL GOSSELIN 




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SENIORS 



CAPTAIN PHIL SPARTA 




GLEN, GUS, and BARRY 




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PHIL, MIKE, and DAVE 



SOFTBALL 




FIRST ROW: Marsha Apkarian, Jane Dufresne, June DeGuglielmo, Diane Ktuk, Marion Benson, Debra Turchi, SECOND ROW: Donna DeGregorio, Linda 
Gagnon, Susan Zurwell, Carole Mlechko, Paula Pagliuso, Pam Kus, Pam Donahue, Joyce Desrocher, Joanne Martone, THIRD' ROW: Coach Bailey Joelle 
Ciras, Pat Paine, Carol McCracken, Jennifer Smith, Janice Fugge, Lynn Turchi, Nancy Young. 



SEASON'S RECORD 

Dracut 40-4 

Andover 12-5 

Nashua 5-8 

Salem 28-1 

Chelmsford 3-2 

Wilmington 12-6 

Tewksbury 14-6 

Nashua 1-5 

Won— 7 
Lost— 3 



MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE CHAMPS 
1967 




COACH BAILEY and CAPTAIN PAULA PAGLIUSO 



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CLASS OFFICERS and DATES 





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HISTORY 



PROPHECY 





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GRADUATION '67 




VALEDICTORIAN JANICE PANKAUSKI 




SALUTATORIAN WILLIAM LAFFIN 



HONOR ESSAYIST CYNTHIA SUZEDELYS 









AWARDS 




Ingalls Medals 

Janice E. Pankauski 
William C. Laffin 



Methuen Board of Trade Scholarship 
Linda M. Floyd 



Walter B. Ingalls Science Award 
Arthur J. Kenney 



U.S. Army R.O.T.C. Scholarship Award 
William C. Laffin 

Doryce M. Lord French Prize 
William M. Kaupinis 

Carrie May Lyman Scholarship Award 
William M. Kaupinis 

Walter Pearson Music Award 
Ernest Naylor 

Bessie Cunliffe Scholarship 
Kimberly J. Lodge 

Methuen Teachers' Association 
Scholarship 

Mary Lee Moynihan 



Italian-American Toilers Inc. 
Scholarship Aivard 

DearriErAHen 



Gill Avenue Associates Scholarship Award 
Michael Federico 



Methuen "M" Men's Club Scholarship 

Frederic J. Nassar 
Peter W. May 



Moses N. Perkins Poetry Prize Award 
Barbara R. Langevin 



Rainbow Girls Scholarship Award 
Linda A. Kachadorian 



DeMoulas Scholarship Award 
Pauline M. Bibeau 



Methuen Schools Boosters Club 
Scholarship 

Cathy J. Brown 
Cynthia L. Suzedelys 
Nancy J. Wetmore 



Tenney Educational Fund Scholarship 

Barbara J. Addison 
Pauline M. Bibeau 
Ann Marie Gross 
Kimberly J. Lodge 
Mary Lee Moynihan 
Janice P. Shafer 
Kathleen Smith 
Marcia Perrault 
Jane A. Worster 



TENNEY 
HIGH SCHOOL SONG 



The call to advanced and broader fields is ringing 

loud and clear; 
With hope and expectation high, we answer 

without fear. 

The work we've done, the truths we've learned 

will bring success we know. 
Undaunted firm, we'll ever be, as t'ward our goal 

we go. 

Farewell to thee dear Tenney High, we'll always 

remember thee. 
For all we've gained within your walls, we'll 

always cherish thee 








CLASS HISTORY 



By 

JANICE SHAFER 

and 

KIMBERLY LODGE 



Listen, my classmates, and you shall hear 
Of historic events of our past four years. 
'Twas the fourth of September in '63 
Hardly a senior is now among thee 
Who will forget that hectic day and year. 

As the last freshman class to enter the school 

"Obey the seniors" was the general rule. 

We were teased and abused and we lost our way, 

But finally came that one great day 

When we were received in grand array. 

When brisk October rolled around, 

Our freshman royalty was crowned. 

Carolyn Smith was queen and Bill Galarneau was king, 

And as the Grand March began we found 

That our class officers were victory bound (Pres. Bill Laffin, V.P. 

Eileen Cunningham, Sec. Sara Hanson, and Treas. Beth Tobia.) 
And our Student Council marched to the sound (Nancy Langevin, 

Marcia Perrault, and Joyce Borren.) 

'Twas the dead of winter by the village clock. 
To the Military Ball we all did flock. 
There was gaity and dancing until dawn, 
And when we all became tired and worn, 
We sadly departed to the sound of the cock. 

The winter came and went 

And Field Day was the Cadet's next event. 

When the activities were done, 

Richie Waithe, John Salmon, and Greg Bernardi had won 

And they looked forward to the days yet to come. 

From our class, two majorettes they chose, 

To the sound of the march, Harriet Kiriajes and Barbara Perkins 

rose 
With radiant smiles and pointed toes. 
They accepted their victory with gracious pride 
To do their best they would always strive. 

Suddenly we realized it was June. 

No more were we freshmen to follow the tune 

Of seniors all mighty and juniors vain. 

We'd sun at the beach and return again 

To a higher caste in Tenney's domain. 

When we returned to school in September, 
Hard work and study were on the agenda, 
But our services we were still to render 
For in rank our class was still the youngest. 

Once again we flocked to the polls. 

On these sophomore officers we were sold (Pres. Fred Nassar, V.P. 

Eileen Cunningham, Treas. Beth Tobia, Sec. Joanne Grasso) 
And our Student Council members (Suzy Schruender, Ann Gross, 

Nancy Langevin, and Kathy Brown) were told 
That they'd speak for our class for another year. 
Our new representatives we all did cheer. 



Winter crept up on the heels of fall 

And again it was time for the Military Ball. 

Red, white, and blue crepe paper hung in the hall. 

We watched the drills and danced 'til dawn 

And before we knew it the night was gone. 

'Twas the warmth of spring by the village clock 
Being measured for class rings was the general talk. 
D.A.R. medals two did win 
Jan Shafer and Bill Laffin received the pins. 
And we anxiously awaited our rings' coming in. 

At cheering tryouts on the bleachers we did sit 

To watch the girls cheer and do their splits 

And six sophomore girls that they did pick 

Marion Winward, Ellen Kenney, Suzy Schruender, Marcia Perrault, Mai 

Clark, Beth Tobia were congratulated by all. 
As they quickly made plans for the coming fall. 

Majorette tryouts came in May 

Barbara Perkins and Harriet Kiriajes were chosen, needless to say, 

As the Cadets looked forward to field day. 

Richie Waithe, Ron Kobrenski, and Bill Kaupinis rose to great heights, 

And Ron had the Patenaude medal in his sights. 

Looking ahead to our junior year, 
We were suddenly filled with hopes and fears 
Finished was half of our high school career. 
As upperclassmen we'd made the grade, 
And, in our class, history was made. 

We again elected our officers four 

Pres. Fred Nassar, V.P. Ron Kobrenski, Sec. Joanne Grasso, and Treas. 

Harriet Kiriajes all knew the score. 
For our Student Council we chose five more. (Kathy Brown, Ann 

Gross, Suzy Schruender, Glenn Kachadorian, and Nancy Langevin) 
Who ably spoke for the junior class 
Our approval they did pass. 

'Twas October fifth in '65 

When our class rings did finally arrive. 

To flaunt them to our peers we did strive. 

We were now upperclassmen free and clear 

And left in high school we had two short years. 

Cadet activities were in the spotlight 

And the Military Ball was a happy night 

When Ron Kobrenski, Richie Waithe, and Bill Kaupinis won the 

Junior Drill honors. 
Then Field Day was again upon us 
And the boys who won (Richie Waithe, Ron Kobrenski, Pete May, 

and Patenade Medal winner, Ron Kobrenski) were at their height. 

At cheering and majorette tryouts we did applaud, 
For their efforts these girls made the cheering squad (capt. Suzy 
Schruender, Beth Tobai, Marcia Perrault, Mai Clark, Joyce Borren, 
Marion Winward, Ellen Kenney, Eileen Cunningham, Donna 
Fichera, Barbara Lawton and Jackie Ciras) 



And eight more girls, our majorettes, we did reward, (capt. Harriet 
Kiriajes, Barbara Perkins, Joyce Desrocher, Nancy Russell, Linda 
Aubert, Cheryl Wilson, Mary Ellen Harris, Jan Shafer and 
Kim Lodge) 

Our girls anxiously awaited the coming year 

During which they would devotedly twirl and cheer. 

As our junior year came to a close, 
Two of our classmates the D.A.R. chose 
To receive medals. As the story goes, 
Both Suzy Schruender and Tom LeClair 
Were the worthy chosen pair. 

The Honor Society induction was a May event 

To the front of the auditorium these students were sent (Barbara 

Addison, Linda Barret, Bev Brown, Tina Dobrynski, Mike Federico, 
Joe Grossman, Dorothy Hillner, Bill Kaupinis, Bill Laffin, Barbara 
Lawton, Tom Le Clair, Kim Lodge, Mary Lee Moyniham, Jan 
Pankauski, Marcia Perrault, Jan Shafer, Joanne Sierpina, Kathy 
Smith, Keith Stetson, Cindy Suzadelys, Beth Tobia, and Marion 
Winward) 

In recognition of their scholastic accomplishment. 

Soon it was time their officers to elect. 

And these were the ones they did select. (Pres. Mike Federico, V.P. 

Bill Laffin, Sec. C. Suzadelys, Treas. Tom Le Clair, Hist. Mary 

Lee Moyniham) 

We were through with history and Manter Hall 
And Hamlet's "To be or not to be," 
In our senior year we'd have a ball 
For never until then had we 
Such status and priority over all. 

Again it was time for class elections. 

In our candidates we desired perfection. 

These officers (Pres. Pete May, V.P. Eileen Cunningham, Sec. 

Sara Hanson, Treas. Harriet Kiriajes, S.C. T. LeClair, B. Tobia, S. 

Schruender, K. Brown, N. Langevin, A. Gross) were our selection. 
They would represent us for one short year. 
Little did we realize graduation was so near. 

To the Yearbook Staff Mr. Lister appointed fifteen, 

And Editor Ellen Kenney led this team (Beth Tobia, Cynthia Suzedelys, 
Bill Laffin, Mike Federico, Janice Shafer, Kim Lodge, Tom LeClair, 
Kathy Smith, Joanne Sierpina, Barbara Addison, Marcia Perrault, 
Ron Kobrenski, Mary Lee Moynahan, Barbara Lawton) 

They worked tirelessly from afternoon till dusk, 

And never did they complain or fuss. 

Their "book of books" they held in great esteem. 

Kim Lodge was the editor of the Blue and White. 

She worked with a crew who would diligently write 

To meet the deadlines was the writer's plight. 

Bill Kaupinis, Jan Shafer, Barbara Addison, and Bill Laffin each 

headed a page, 
And built the paper stage by stage. 

Our football team was captained by three, 

Fred Nassar, Bob Feugill, and Al Daigle led the motley crew 

We heartily cheered our Rangers true. 

Much courage and vigor they did display 

As they practiced and played on Saturdays. 

In an open convertible three girls did ride. 

Over the Homecoming game, Football Queen Elaine Heffernon would 
preside 



Her attendants Ann Gross and Sara Hanson sat by her side. 
The girls were as happy as they could be, 
And we all agreed they were a lovely three. 

The members of the cross country team ran, 

And leading them were Dan O'Rourke and Tom Trussell, their 

captains 
At this time girls' sports also began. 
The field hockey team was second in the league 
Under Janice Fugge and JoAnne Martone's ready and able lead. 

In October at the Cadet Hop, 

These officers came out on top, 

Col. Ron Kobrenski, Lt. Col. Richie Waithe, Maj. Pete May, and 

Maj. Bill Kaupinis were the cream of the crop. 
Next they announced who the Cadet Queen would be 
Queen Eileen Cunningham, Beth Tobia, and Carolyn Smith were 

the three. 

December eighth was opening night, 

And for Mrs. Hovanasian, Marian Winward, and Leo Croteau, the play- 
turned out right. 
In Boys and Ghouls Together, Leading the cast, 
Were Count Dean Allen and Letha Jane Worster looking aghast. 
And our play out did those of the past. 

Basketball, Baseball, and Track were three fine teams 

The captains of each were held in esteem. 

The basketball team, Dan O'Rourke did lead, 

It was Joe Buglione the baseball team did heed, 

And of Phil Sparta, our track captain, much we would read. 

To Student Government Day, Students did swarm 
From every Middlesex village and town, 
To run the legislature for a single day. 
His ability to lead Bill Laffin did display, 
As he ran the state in the American way. 

Our girls' basketball and softball teams received much praise, 

For after practicing for many days, 

The League Championship they both did claim. 

Paula Pagliuso and Carol MIechko received much fame, 

For the way Miss Bailey coached the games. 

The Best of '67 was easy to choose. 
With our King and Queen, how could we lose? 
Mai Clarke and Pete May reigned with a regal touch 
Over a class which to us has meant so much. 

As our senior year was coming to an end, 

Our Prom, Camelot, we all did attend. 

The night was a dream for every lass and lad, 

And though we'll long remember all the fun we had, 

The finality of the evening made us sad. 

On June eighth came our graduation. 

Valedictorian Janice Pankauski, Salutatorian Bill Laffin, Honor 

Essayist Cynthia Suzedelys, and Class Day Orators Marcia Perrault 

and Bill Kaupinis stood in acclamation. 
As each graduate received his diploma in the cap and gown he wore, 
We sadly bid farewell to Tenney's closing door. 

You know the rest which we have not told, 

Of finals passed by just a hair, 

Of victories we have always shared, 

And characters we have tried to mold. 

Our memories of Tenney we'll always hold dear 

Recollections of four short happy years. 



CLASS WILL 



BARBARA LAWTON 
BETH TOBIA 



We, the Class of 1967 of Tenney Memorial High School, Methuen, 
Massachusetts, being as sound in mind and body as possible, and realiz- 
ing that the time has come to leave these classic halls forever, do 
hereby make public this, our last will and testament. 
I, Pete May, leave to the "Admiral", one full scale banana boat so he 
can patrol the third floor corridor. 

We, Glen, Ron, Fred, Pete, & Tim, leave to Mr. Lister one pound of 
cheese. 

We, the boys in second period physics class, leave to Mr. Russell one 
block of sandpaper to remove all the chemical formulas from the 
desks. 

We, the seniors who have been fortunate enough to have him, leave 
Mr. Jennings a fresh supply of student teachers. 

We, Jane Worster and Marcia Perrault, leave Mr. Fredette a bathrobe 
so he won't have to borrow Mr. Jennings'. 

We, Shirley Desrocher and Jeanne Haldane, leave some junior all our 
library duties. 

We, Ann Corey and Terri Mesiti, leave our loud laughs to echo 
forever in the halls of Tenney. 

We, Marsha Clamp and Sue Diodati, leave our hotel room in New 
York to any deserving sophomore Y-Teen member. 
I, Lynda Barrett, leave to Mr. Fradette a full 6 month supply of "No 
Grow", the new scalp treatment. 

We, Third period algebra class, leave Mr. Russell Smith one can of 
oil for his shoes. 

I, Judy Lippold, leave to Ronnie Simoes my trumpet mute. 
We, the occupants of room 217, leave to our homeroom teacher Mrs. 
Monroe, a recording of "Good morning, students." 

I, Randy Riccio, leave to members of the class of 1968 my book en- 
titled "How to Stay Out of School All Year With One Cold" 
We, Ted, Randy, Nick, and Pete, leave the last four seats in room 313 
to anyone who wants to play 45's. 

I, Janice Malendrino, leave to Mr. Hannigan one patrol leader's badge 
so he can patrol the third floor with authority. 

I, Tim Ford, leave to next year's lunch periods a section of cafeteria 
ceiling spotted with various fruits and vegetables. 

We, Tim, Pete, Fred, Ron, and Glen, leave Mr. Russell Smith one 
Humphrey Bogart "Get Tough Manual" 

I, Joyce Borrun, leave Linda Vancoppernolle my dilapidated cheering 
sneakers. 

I, Bev Brown, leave my empty seats in Mr. Fradette's room to any 
blonde who can sit there for 2 periods in a row. 

We, the third period algebra class, leave to Mr. Russell Smith, one 
gyroscope to keep him from rocking on his feet. 

We, Harri, Bev, Peggy, Eddie, and Joe, leave our unfinished works 
of art to Linda Bardsley, better known as Chip. 

We, the French students of first period, leave Mr. Gagne our educa- 
tion which has been so sadly neglected. 

We, Bette Ann Hajjar and Mai Clarke, leave Mr. Russell Smith a loud 
speaker so that his future classes may hear him. 

I, Sam Naddif, leave my permanent desk in detention hall and request 
that it is taken good care of for sentimental reasons. 
I, June Zazour, leave Mrs. Lockaby my Algebra II book with all the 
answers in it in hopes that one of her students can pass next year. 
I, Chris Devaney, leave Denney McKinney 3 cartons of Elmer's Wood 
Grip all purpose glue. 

I, Barbara Lawton, leave to a member of next year's cheering squad my 
ability to clap my hands and stamp my feet at the same time. 
We, Cindy Suzedelys and June Longo, leave Mr. Gagne a lifetime 
supply of Canadian paper so he won't have to rip it off the ceiling. 
I, Lynn Turchi, leave to my sister Debbie all the fun I had during 
high school. 

We, Shirley Desrocher, Margaret Feoli, Linda Floyd, & Jean Haldane, 
leave Miss Lange our private little corner. 

I, Dianne Maziars, leave to some blonde my seat in Mr. Duncan's home- 
room. 
I, Margaret Feoli, leave Barbara Herman all my jobs in room 215. 



I, Judy Lippold, leave Carol Adamson one half full drippy bottle of 
white shoe polish for her majorette boots next year, hoping she won't 
make the Mess on the girl's locker room floor that I did. 
I, Donna DiNatale, leave to my little brother Dino a front seat in 
room 307 with the Admiral. 

We, Joe Buglione, and Ed Joaquin, leave Miss Skiba one bottle of 
aspirin to relieve her period six headaches. 

We, Donna DiNatle, Marion Groves, and Charlotte Spinello, leave 
Miss Skiba in peace. 

We, Doreen, Marion, Donna, Linda, Coleen, Loraine, leave to Louie, 
Kathy, and Karen our sloppy, noisy, and cute lunchtable. 
I, Marion Groves, leave my sister Maryalice the thrill of being in a 
class with Mr. Melia. 

I, Dennis Elias, leave Mrs. Hovanasian a giant megaphone. 
We, Tim Ford, and Dennis Elias, leave to Mr. Russell Smith a smile 
from ear to ear. 

We, Joyce Carlson and Mary Ellen Harris, leave to some deserving 
junior girls two uneaten lunches that were wasted on two very special 
boys. 

I, Yvette Demers, leave Mr. Fradette and Mr. Jennings a book with 
1,000 jokes so they can remember me and my funny laugh each time 
they laugh. 

I, Dennis Elias, leave to Miss Coulson one large bottle of instant 
coffee, one large box of tea bags, and one large box of Stella Doro's 
Assorted Cookies. 

I, Keith Stetson, leave to Mr. Russell a new slide rule so that he 
will be able to figure out the problems before the class does. 
We, the members of last year's period five English class in room 216 
leave to Mrs. Hershfield all the love and respect due to a wonderful 
woman, a great teacher, and a dear friend. 

We, Jackie Ciras, Mai Clarke, Lynn Turchi, Marion Winward, Nancy 
Wetmore, Betty-ann Hajjar, Elaine Heffernan, Bev Vogel, Sara Han- 
sen, and Eileen Cunningham leave to a group of juniors one well- 
gossipped on lunch table with too few chairs. 

I, Bev Vogel, leave to Irving True, our family in hopes that he will 
be a good father to all our brood. 

We, the seniors of Mrs. Lockaby's third period Algebra II class, leave 
her for her own personal use one electric heater for her warm and 
inviting daily class. 

I, Karol Kalil, leave one used camel to those converted camel jockies, 
Smitty and Tuna Fish. 

We, the senior girls of Sylvester table leave to Mr. Rimas the names 
of all the buffaloes that Buffalo Bill killed to be used in a quiz next 
year. 

I, Tina Dobrzynski, leave to Diane Freije my "Girl Friday" Kit 
which includes a large bottle of tranquilizers to be used whenever Mr. 
Gagne finds a job for her. 

I, Janice Dawson, leave to my beloved friend, Doreen Paplaskas, one 
large but dirty gymsuit, which may be too big for her. 
I, Marthe Venti, leave to Roberta Borelli my favorite mirror so that 
she may continue to use it on the bus every day. 

I, Janice Dawson, leave to the lovely Jacobbucci twins one badly torn 
French dictionary, plus a copy of La Bourgeois Geritilhomme even 
though they're Italians. 

We, the boys of Mrs. Hershfield's third period study, leave her 400 
pounds of used chewing gum. 

I, Fred Nassar, leave Mr. Gurry one wrench to tighten the loose nut 
behind the wheel of his scout. 

We, Joyce Desrocher and Suzy Schruender, leave Patti Paine with two 
lonely years. 

We, Lorraine Pellerin and Cindy Croteau, leave Mr. Gurry six cents 
worth of gas at whatever station he wishes to purchase it from. 
I, Nancy Russell, leave to my sister, Jane, a four year headache of 
writing columns for the Sun. 

We, Ray Foley, Tom Tinney, and Bill Caron leave to Sergeant Mc- 
Dermott one used sign for next year's lunch periods. 
I, John Moschetto, leave to Mr. Duncan my great catching ability. 
We, Linda Cubelli, Marie Panto, and Sharon Coco leave to the under- 
classmen all the lost and stolen gymsuits, socks, and sneakers. 



We, Lorraine Pellerin and Cindy Croteau, leave Miss Lange some 
broken machines. 

We, Janice Fugge and Jo-anne Martone, leave Pam Kus and Nancy 
Appleyard all our bruises and pains we have received in our years 
of field hockey. 

I, Bill Caron, leave to Mr. McDermott one cherry bomb to throw out 
his classroom window next year. 

I, Marie Panto, leave one cupcake to Mr. Constantineau. 
We, Linda Aubert and Nancy Russell, leave to any deserving junior 
permanent passes to the gym. 

I, Fred Nassar, leave to Rusty Florenze and Bob Deschene, the aches 
and pains, the cold showers, and a book on "How to Argue With the 
Reffs" for next year's football season. 

I, Judy Mooshien, leave to John Nastasia, free lunches for one year, 
and the right to borrow money whenever he pleases. 
We, the officers of the band — Gerry Quintal, Barbara Addison, and 
Elaine Heffernan, leave Mr. Tarlian one blue Barbie Roll sweater so 
that he may wear it to the football games instead of his green one. 
I, Janice Shafer, leave my car, Rumble Guts, to Rick Hoffman with the 
hope that she will bring into his life all the novelty and variety that 
she has brought into mine. 

We, Claudia, Ann, Bev and Tina, leave four slightly soiled dust rags 
a can of cleaning fluid, three days of hard work, and a lot of dust to 
next year's delegation for cleaning the trophy case. 

I, Tina Dobrzynski, leave to Mr. Gagne one very messy filing cabinet 
and sincere apologies for never getting around to cleaning it. 
I, Mike Federico, leave my part in the senior play to some lucky- 
senior of next year. 

I, Claudia Houston, leave Mr. Jennings a non-skid ice cube. 
I, Sharon Allen, leave to Mr. William Russell, a moth eaten lab coat 
with the "Hong Cong Crud ". 

I, Lynn Turchi, leave my seat on the bench during Softball season to 
any deserving underclassman. 

I, Sharon Allen, leave to Jane Pitman my African ring and our 
private little joke. 

I, Robert Whitaker, leave Tiffy Nelson a whole bag of his favorite 
silver mint candies for next year. 

I, Jim Hoegan, leave to Mr. Fradette and Mr. Jennings each an unused 
cup and an ice cube. 

We, Claire, Janice, Tom, Pete, Edgar, Richie, Nick, Beth, and Jane 
of sixth period study leave to Mr. Heggarty silence as it always was. 
We, Lorraine Pellerin and Cindy Createau, leave Miss Chadwick our 
tardy slips. 

We, Maureen Slattery and Valencia Napoli, leave next year's cadet 
secretaries all the gossip, all the cleaning rags, 183 days to work 
for the corps, all the patience necessary to look for lost drumsticks, 
and bearing the noise on Wednesdays, and finally all the great times 
we have had during the past year. 

I, Jim Hoegan, leave to Mr. Gagne page 71 in my French workbook. 
I, Bryce Wilson, leave to Mrs. Monroe my great spelling ability. 
I, Marsha Clamp, leave to Mr. Duncan, a dislocated thumb for future 
football games. 

We, the senior boys, leave Miss Chadwick a micro mini skirt. 
I, Sharon Allen, leave Mr. Law my efforts toward our new Nurses' 
club and my many trips to his office. 

We, Linda Kachadorian and Carol Avadesian, leave Mrs. Hershfield 
with a quiet third period study next year on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 
I, Dennis Elias, leave to Mr. Lister his detention hall. 
We, the senior boys, leave Herbie the janitor a date on "What's my 
line." 

We, Maureen Slattery and Valencia Napoli, leave to Mr. Huebner a 
megaphone, a bottle of aspirin, and all the courage and luck in the 
world. 

We, Mr. Fradette's fifth period class, leave him a class that could never 
be our replacement. 

I, Dennis Elias, leave Mr. Lister a radar system to track down the 
kids running to lunch. 

We, Lorraine Pellerin and Cindy Croteau, leave Mrs. Hughes book 
reports. 

We, Maureen Slattery and Valencia Napoli, leave Company B a year's 
supply of bubble gum to be distributed at every drill practice by Jeff 
Grenda and Dave Zappala. 

We, the class of 1967, leave to Mr. Beaumont, of course, an unbreak- 
able P.A. system. 

I, Linda Kachadorian, leave to any junior girl, the job of visiting Mr. 
Rimas every third period. 



We, the senior cheerleaders, leave to next year's squad a year's supply 
of dimes to buy cokes and coughdrops for the football and basketball 
games. 

I, Harriet Kiriages, leave to Nancy Ruffin Mr. Taralian. 
I, Sharon Allen, leave Miss Pearson the broken typewriter first row 
fourth seat which triple spaces when it should single space on timings. 
We, Maureen Slattery and Valencia Napoli, leave to the Drum and 
bugle corps bugles for next year's affairs and as many pairs of ear- 
plugs as they need. 

I, Jim Hoegan, leave Jay Messina twenty-five pounds. 
I, Nancy Russell, leave one pair of worn out boots, one dented baton, 
and a pair of sore feet to Loraine Longo. 

I, Linda Aubert, leave the name "Bull" to any deserving person at Miss 
Bailey's decision. 

We, Lynn Turchi and Bev Vogel, leave Mr. Jennings one patrol belt 
and one shiny badge with our fondest regards so that he may patrol 
his end of the second floor. 

I, Jim Hoegan, leave to Mr. Lister 2 alka selzers, for his head must be 
spinning at the thought of losing us. 
I, Harriet Kiriages, leave Mr. Gagne peace and quiet. 
I, Sharon Allen, leave Miss Chadwick my broken pieces of pastels after 
finishing her Christmas mural. 

We, Rita Thomas and Janice Malendrino, leave to any two sneaky 
juniors the right to take two lunches. 

I, Linda Aubert, leave to Franny Tulley, one bent baton, one tight 
uniform, a pair of boots with holes in the bottom, and one too small 
hat. 

We, the girls of Mr. Fradette's 6th period algebra class, leave him our 
phone numbers. 

I, Linda Franciosa, leave Mr. Jones one quiet sixth period study. 
We, Janice Malendrino, June Longo, Claire Marcoux, and Roseanne 
Lucciano, leave to any four juniors our lockers behind the swinging 
doors where we have been squeezed in, locked in and bruised in an 
unmentionable place. 

I, Sharon Allen, leave Cheryl Boumilla our jokes before school. 
We, Mr. Fradette's first and third period classes, leave his barber one 
lawn mower to cut Mr. Fradette's hair with. 
We, the Tigers, Leave Mr. Duncan one slightly used football. 
We, Mr. Smith's sixth period problems class, leave him a piece of 
unbreakable glass for his back door. 

We, two seniors in second period gym class, leave Pat St. Jean a 
volley ball. 

I, Sharon Allen, leave Mrs. Kern a new set of sheets, 4 cans of dirt, 
and a beat up hospital bed for her future nurses. 

We, the former students of Mr. Rimas, leave him our unfinished 
check-ups. 

We, Bill Caron, Leo Croteau, Ray Foley, and Tom Tinney, leave to 
Herbie a screw driver to fix the water bubbler so it won't wet the 
kids at lunch. 

I, Tina Dobrzynski, leave to Mr. Gagne, 

I, Claudia Houston, leave to Jay Messina, a 40 year old gifted Italian. 
I, Eileen Cunningham, leave Jeff Yanagi, my extra inches in hopes that 
he will someday join the league of giants. 

I, Joseph Jacinto, leave to Frank DiAngelis, a pair of scissors from 
my Art I class. 

I, Sharon Allen, leave Mr. Jennings an A on my term paper about 
types of women in "Idles of the King". 

I, Sadie Mi lad, leave Miss Sherman, 25 homework papers and my 
ripped up algebra book. 

I, Terri Messiti, leave Mr. Meliaall the nylons that I ruined on my desk 
in art class. 

We, Lynn Turchi and Cynthia Suzedelys, leave some poor juniors our 
cherished seats in the back of Mr. Fradetts room. 
We, Duncan's Dolls, leave Mr. Duncan our two defeats. 
We, Mai Clarck, Lynn Turchi, and Marion Winward, leave to Mr. 
Agostino one bird to keep him company during lunch. 
I, Bev Brown, leave to some unsuspecting junior, my slightly used 
place at the book mobile. 

We, Janice Fugge and Linda Eaton, leave to Mr. Duncan one penny 
and a pass to wherever he wants to go in search of whatever he's look- 
ing for. 

We, Linda Eaton and Maureen Slattery, leave to Jane Pitman all the 
jokes we shared in our Art II class. 

I, Claudia Houston, leave to Ken Wetmore one old and soggy shoe 

to fit into his mouth every time he opens it, How does it taste? 

PRESENTED AND WITNESSED THIS FIFTH DAY OF JUNE 

IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD NINETEEN HUNDRED 

SIXTY-SEVEN. 



CLASS PROPHECY 



JOANNE SIERPINA 
and DOREAN HILLNER 



Time: 1987 

Place: Tenney High School — Reunion of the Class of 1967 

Joanne: Dorean Hellner, I haven't seen you in ages! Where have you 

been keeping yourself all these years ? 
Dorean: Well, I've been living in California. I'm teaching there, you 
know. Of course, it isn't very often that I return to visit good old 
Methuen, but I wouldn't have missed this reunion for the world. 
By the way, I've heard that you're most successful in your chosen 
profession. Are you enjoying teaching? 
Joanne: Oh, yes! I'm located at Tenney now. You can't imagine how 
changed everything is. The school population is 2000. JOYCE BOR- 
RUN, JOANNE GRASSO, BARBARA LAWTON, JUDY SIM- 
ONIAN, and SHIRLEY DESROCHER are faculty members. BETTY' 
JACINTO, MARY LARKIN, and NANCY JAWORSKI are sec- 
retaries in the office. The physical education instructors are LINDA 
GAGNON, PAM DONAHUE, MIKE BESHARA, and DAN 
O'ROURKE. ANN GROSS, who is our principal, recently fired the 
head of the English department because he refused to teach Manter 
Hall and Word Wealth. He is none other than GREG BERNADINI. 
BEVERLY FERRANTE, KIM LODGE, and RANDALL RICCIO 
are our new guidance counsellors. DENNIS ELIAS, DONNA FICH- 
ERA, and BETTY HAJJAR teach in the junior high annex. We 
hardly ever meet, though. 
Dorean: I didn't realize that so many of our classmates intended to 
follow a teaching career. I did know that CLAIRE MACOUL and 
MAUREEN DUPUIS teach English in Arizona, BOB FRANCIS 
history in Haverhill, JOHN HOLLINS math at a boy's school in 
Texas, and LYNN TURCHI basketweaving at a rehabilitation center 
in New York. Somehow I was really stunned when I learned that 
at Tenney the Dean of Girls is now CAROL MARCOUX. And ima- 
gine, the Dean of Boys is SAM NADDIFF! Is it true that DEAN 
ALLEN is now head custodian and his assistants are BOB WHIT- 
TAKER, PAUL METZNER, WILLIAM PARIS, and RICHARD 
LEES? 
Joanne: Yes, it is. I heard that NANCY WETMORE, JOYCE DES- 
ROCHER, CAROL AVEDISIAN, JANICE PANKAUSKI, and 
MARY ELLEN HARRIS are now instructing at U. MASS. Janice, 
as you might know, is studying for her Doctor's degree. 
Dorean: Oh, have you heard about the fabulous position GLEN 
KACHADORIAN now holds? Well, he enjoys a plush office as 
Dean of U. Mass. PETER MAY and RICHIE WAITHE are two 
of his assistants. I understand that they really have a smashing time 
together. One time, CARLEEN SMERIGLIO, a teacher at the 
University, had a severe case of hiccups, and some of the faculty 
members recommended that she see Dr. JOHN HARNISCH, the 
world's foremost authority on hiccups. When she visited his office, 
Carleen was happy to meet his secretaries, SUE DIODATI, SARA 
HANSON, JOYCE CARLSON, and NANCY LANGEVIN. Dr. 
Harnisch recommended her to the well-known hypnotist, BILL 
GALARNEAU, to whom all the doctor's hiccup patients are re- 
ferred. 
Joanne: Speaking of doctors, did you know that FRED PAVONE is 
a brain surgeon at Methuen General Hospital? The building was 
designed by RUSS TORRISI and ROBERT RHEAULT, two well- 
known architects. RONALD CUSCIA, PAUL ASHWORTH, RICH- 
ARD AUFIERO, and LARRY MONTEFUSCO installed the plumb- 
ing, and NIEL KEATING, KEN HOMSEY, and JOHN LEFEBVRE 
were the electricians. The chief dietician at the hospital is NANCY 
RUSSELL, and KEN GREENWOOD butchers all the meats that 
are used there. CHERYL WILSON is supervisor of the X-ray tech- 
nicians. Her staff includes BARBARA PERKINS, JANE GAU- 
DREAU, ROSEMARY TRUSSELL, JUDY LIPPOLD, and CAROL 
FOSTER. Among the doctors' secretaries are NANCY VETTRONE, 
CAROLYN PELLERIN, SADIE MILAD, and LINDA FRANCIOSA. 
Dorean: I understand that a malpractice suit against the hospital was 
successfully defended recently by TOM LECLAIRE and his associates 
CHRIS DEVANEY and ARTHUR MARTINEAU. It seems that 
TOM TINNEY, a patient in the hospital, sued Dr. ANTONY 
FRANCIOSA, because he placed a green cast on Tom's leg instead 
of a white one. BOB BERNIER was the judge in the case, and 
decided in favor of the doctor. 
Joanne: Many of our classmates follow the stock market because they're 
so successful in business. A breakfast cereal called Soggies is said 
to be a real "smash" with all the little kiddies. RAYMOND FOLEY 
serves as president of the company and LOUIS GAGNON is chair- 
man of the board. Other board members are WILLIAM AHIE, 
CATHY CURTIS, LEON GUAY, ROY NELSON, and GAIL 
PICARD. 
Dorean: There was a rumor of rivalry between Ray's company and 
the cereal company whose president is DANIEL JOHNSON. The 
controversy developed when both companies claimed to have the 
same idea for the same contest at the same time. Ray was so upset 



seeking psychiatric aid from 



over this situation that he i: 
LYNDA BARRETT. 

Joanne: Have you heard about the research two well-known psycholo- 
gists JANICE SHAFER and BETH TOBIA are doing in the ele- 
mentary school where CYNTHIA SUZEDELYS, KATHY SMITH, 
SALLY BRAIN, JANICE DAWSON, CHRISTINE DIODATI, and 
MARIE GERMAN are teachers? Their ambition is to learn why 
children in school hate Monday mornings so much. 

Dorean: I heard that their study was coming along remarkably well 
until MAURICE LARIVIERE'S daughter spoiled everything by say- 
ing that she favored Monday morning to her much hated Friday 
afternoon. Janice and Beth gave her a special psychological test 
designed by BART DEVINE, RAY TOOMEY, and TOM SOUCY, 
which disproves all the theories of Sigmund Freud. 

Joanne: The political scene in 1987 is dominated by Tenney graduates. 
ROBERT ROTONDO is governor of Massachusetts, and three of our 
state senators are RONALD ST. JEAN, FRANK SHRIGLEY, and 
JANICE MALINDRINO. 

Dorean: I heard that Representative JOHN MOSCHETTO is proposing 
a bill to change Methuen to a city because it now has a permanent 
smog hanging over it. He doesn't seem to have too much support 
from Methuenites. 

Joanne: ERNEST PICARD has taken over as dog officer in Methuen, 
and has among his assistants DONALD BEDARD, RICHARD DE- 
ROUIN, and DAVID VOSE. They are advocating eliminating the 
leash law that caused much frustration back in 1967. Remember? 

Dorean: Isn't it incredible that ROBERT BARRETT is running against 
DAVID LAWSON for President next year? It hardly seems possible 
that a boy from Methuen could become President. Bob has promised 
that, if elected, his cabinet will consist of KEITH STETSON as 
Secretary of State, ROBERT LACROIX as Secretary of the Treasury, 
RONALD GADWAK as Defense Secretary, TONY SCIUTO would 
be Attorney General, and TIM FORD his advisor on alcoholic affairs. 

Joanne: Dave has vowed to do more research in the field of 
oceanography. He assigned BERNARD HEBERT, JUNE ZARZOUR, 
and LUCILLE GIORDANO to study the possibilities of establishing 
a discotheque under the ocean. He has already assured BRYCE WIL- 
SON that he will be hired as disc jockey. 

Dorean: FRANK MURRAY, CARL CONLEY, and KEN TOMAC- 
CHIO were recently arrested in our home town for posting campaign 
posters too near the polling places. 

Joanne: I heard that policemen NICHOLAS MURRAY, ERNEST 
NAYLOR, and PAUL REARDON had apprehended someone for 
such an offence, but I didn't know their names. 

Dorean: A few weeks ago I spoke with TOM HARGREAVES, man- 
ager of the (GEORGE) WILLIAMS Travel Agency, and he told 
me that there is much demand for tickets to JOHN GUIDE'S 
Sahara Desert Retreat for retarded surfers. BEV VOGEL, ELAINE 
GRASS, and JEAN HALDANE are in charge of all community af- 
fairs at the Retreat, and ROBERT HEFFERNAN, PHIL SPARTA, 
LORRAINE HESS, and KAROL KALIL are athletic directors. A new 
sport combining football, basketball, and baseball invented by JOE 
BUGLIONE is proving unusually popular. The reason is that rules 
are made up as one plays the game. 

Joanne: Not long ago in the Sahara community taxes were outlawed 
which put accountants BERNARD ALBERS, GEORGE FILTEAU, 
LINDA FLOYD, and ELAINE HEFFERNAN out of business. All 
necessary funds for the maintenance of the community were con- 
tributed by two millionaires, DAVID WORTHINGTON and RITA 
KARPOWITZ. 

Dorean: ED GOMES is there, too. He thought he saw a U.F.O. one 
night, but it turned out to be some sort of contraption sent into 
space by nuclear physicist MIKE FEDERICO. Believing it was a 
shooting star, ROLAND BEAUDOIN rushed for his rifle and shot 
it. 

Joanne: Transportation proved a big problem so MAURICE MES- 
SINA, RICHARD RHODES, and PETER McQUILLAN started 
a camel rental. Their business is really booming. EDWARD 
PACHECO and DIANNE PAQUIN sell swimming pools but their 
undertaking is quite a failure. It seems that the sun evaporates the 
water. They have hired BOB THESSE and RONALD WONTE to 
try to get them out of their predicament. MARSHA CLAMP teaches 
people how to ride one and two hump camels. Two of her best 
pupils are ED BOWER and RALPH WERMERS, whose ambition 
is to become camel jockeys. 
Dorean: Several of our classmates have interests in the entertainment 
world. After Bonanza went off the air because FRED NASSAR, 
president of the Chevrolet Company, withdrew sponsorship, BOB 
BESHARA became host of an hour-long variety show which had top 
ratings from the very beginning. It has even had more viewers than 
the Dean Martin Jr. Show, featuring MARION WINWARD, 
DIANE MAZIARZ, GAIL ROGER, and SANDY PERILLO. 



Joanne: CARL CATALANO and CLAUDIA HOUSTON, the world's 
greatest comedy team, made their debut on the show. Other guests 
have been MICHAEL ALEKEL, head chef at the White House; 
BARBARA ADDISON and LINDA KACHADORIAN, whose ladies' 
fashions are the most expensive in the world; MARCIA PER- 
RAULT, the only mathematician ever to disprove the theories of 
Newton, and BILL KAUPINIS and ARTHUR KENNEY, who de- 
signed our latest space capsule. Their capsules are so small that 
TOM TRUSSELL was turned down for the astronaut training pro- 
gram because he was too tall. 

Dorean: LINDA EATON, CAROLE MLECHKO, and ELAINE Le- 
BLOND appear daily on TV. They present a vigorous exercising 
program every morning that guarantees to keep the housewife 
slim and trim. The latest dating game show called Matchmaker had 
CHRIS DOBRZYNSKI as hostess. Some of her guests have been 
DIANE DOMORADZKI, DONALD CARTER, JEAN COTE, NOR- 
MAN MALENFANT, CAROL LIMANNI, and JUDY JAWORSKI 
who are now all happily married, but not to each other. 

Joanne: In the literary field ELLEN KENNEY and MIKE BARDS- 
LEY are two of the most controversial authors since Grace Meta- 
Iious. 

Dorean: JOE GROSSMAN also writes. His comic strip is even more 
popular than Peanuts. LINDA AUBERT and DONNA DiNATALE 
have co-authored a book about winter in Siberia entitled HOW 
TO MAINTAIN YOUR COOL. 

Joanne: Have you noticed how much Methuen has changed since our 
high school days? So many beautiful buildings have sprung up 
over the past 20 years. "Barclay's Hotel", owned by ALAN 
BARCLAY, has really become one of the landmarks of our state 
JAMES BROWN, DAVE WILK, and CHARLES BRUCE reall; 
deserve much credit for the great job they did in helping to con 
struct it. Plumbers PAUL BARRETT and JOHN FEOLI and elec- 
trical engineers JOHN BUDENAS and WILLIAM LEMIEUX ren 
dered invaluable services. 

Dorean: I've heard that EDGAR MALO is head chef, BOB BURNS 
the salad man, JOHN CARRIER the pastry cook, and WILLIAM 
WALSH the cashier. The waitresses, SANDRA JUTRAS, KATHY 
IANNALFO, ANNA NARCELLO, and MADELINE MAYNARD 
are underpaid and are reliant on their tips. The entertainment pro- 
vided at the hotel is fantastic. JUDY MOSHIAN and BOB HOEHN 
frequently appear, singing their own hit songs. The guests at the hotel 
really enjoy the go-go dancers including CHARLOTTE SPINELLO, 
COLLEEN DOBECK, MARION GROVES, LOUELLA SAAB and 
BRENDA BONANNO. 

Joanne: Sometimes guests at the hotel can view fashion shows fea- 
turing JANICE BEAULIEU, CAROLYN SMITH, JOYCE KIT- 
SON, DONNA FORCIER, DONNA HUGHES, and JANE WOR- 
STER as top models. Did you know that on the first floor of the 
hotel is a bookstore owned by DIANE RUMORE? Among her 
regular customers are JOAN ALLAIN, RENA AUDY, DIANE 
BELLANDI, RITA THOMAS and DONNA McDONALD. 

Dorean: On my way to this reunion, I passed JOE ARONE's coffee 
house on Thompson Square. I've heard that the square was named 
after PETER THOMPSON for his acts of heroism in the Vietnam 
War. Recently I saw JOHN KLUCK's new barber shop located 
directly across the street. He employs RUSSELL PARE, DOTTIE 
BEELEY, SALLY GIAQUINTO, YVETTE DEMERS, and THE- 
RESA MESITI. His shop always seems to be crowded. Maybe 
it's because boys' knee length hair styles are no longer the fad. 

Joanne: You must have seen the new art studio managed by PAT 
and PAULINE BIBEAU. The portraits in the window reveal the 
unique artistry of HARRIET KIRIAJES, MAUREEN SLATTERY, 
RONALD SIMONIAN, JANICE FUGGEE, LAWRENCE BEAU- 
LIEU, and MARY LEE MOYNIHAN, and are really something 
to see. On display in the studio are the masterpieces of PEG PATE- 
NAUDE, JOANNE MARTONE, and VIOLA PICA. These will 
go on sale next spring for $10,000 apiece. 

Dorean: I imagine many of the wealthiest residents of Methuen will 
attend the showing, among whom most likely will be EDDIE 
JOAQUIN, President of the Arlington Trust Company; PHIL 
HOWSIAN and MARION HURLEY, owners of Bea's Sandwich 
Shop; wealthy JACK LEES; who hardly ever leaves his 40-room 
mansion; and prominent business woman, BARBARA LANGE- 
VIN, who now resides in Hawaii. I should include WILLIAM 
CHADWICK, too, for he ranks high on the wealthy list. 

Joanne: What is Bill doing now, anyway? 

Dorean: Well, as a matter of fact, I was speaking with him just yes- 
terday. You see, I was walking home when a Rolls Royce chauf- 
feured by TED MATSES pulled up to the curbing and Ted of- 
fered me a ride home. As I looked up, I recognized seated in the 
back rich tycoon BILL CHADWICK, the owner of Chadwick's 
Flower Shop. He was most friendly and said that he was on his 
way to visit JAMES HOEGEN who, although the world's heavy 
weight boxing champion, was quite seriously hurt. As a result, he 
requires the attentions of bone specialists, Dr. MICHAEL CIAR- 
DELLO and Dr. CATHY BROWN. 



Joanne: Oh, yes, I heard that Jim has staged quite a comeback and 
will be able to contend with WILLIAM K. O. CARON next month. 
In the near future he's scheduled to have bouts with MARK 
(MUSCLES) LAMBERT and WARREN (WHAMMER) WINS- 
PER. 

Dorean: I was interested to learn about the skyscraper that was built 
in Lawrence recently. Secretaries employed in the office section are 
CAROLYN MARTIN, MAUREEN PAOLINO, LOUISE GIARUS- 
SO, FRANCES LARKIN, CHARLOTTE MESSER, and LORRAINE 
WATKINS. SHARON COCO, BONNIE BREARLY, SHARON 
MILONE, and ROSA PERRONE operated the IBM machines but 
they retired a short time ago to be married. 

Joanne: Other classmates that are happily married are BEVERLY 
BROWN, ROSEANNE LUICCISANO, MARTHE VENTI, EDEL 
BUCHHOLZ, KATHY PAGE, and MARIA SQUADRITO. Oh, 
and I musn't forget CYNTHIA CROTEAU, JOANNE FARO, 
SALLY LoSTIMOLO, DIANE DeSANTIS, KATHY ROBIL- 
LARD, MARIE PANTO and SUSAN MINGINS. 

Dorean: Have you heard anything about FRANK NAPOLITANO? 

Joanne: Yes. He, PAUL LAURETTA, JOHN LEE, and GAIL 
HOFFMAN are surgeons at Memorial Hospital. I understand that 
BARRY HEBSCH and JERRY QUINTAL are seen quite often at 
the hospital after surgeries have been performed. They're both un- 
dertakers, you know. 

Dorean: Do you remember how many of our classmates trained for 
nursing? KATHY ABLE, ANN COREY and SHARON ALLEN are 
at Memorial Hospital; SUZY SCHRUENDER and SUZANNE 
MIXON at St. Joseph's in Lowell; and PAT MORIN at the 
Dorchester Home for Incurables. 

Joanne: I'm so glad that our reunion is being held in RONALD 
SOCIA'S Banquet Hall. TOM ROBICHAUD and his group 
consisting of KEN St. AMAND, PETER CHAPMAN, CHARLES 
CORSETTO, and CHRISTINE WILSON as lead vocalist will be 
providing the music soon. Magician KEN CORTEAU has promised 
to perform his famous nightclub act for the class. 

Dorean: I suppose a prize will be given to the parent who has the 
largest family of children. I wonder who the lucky person will be. 
I heard the ROSEMARY CASALE, JACKIE CIRAS, and VAL- 
ENCIA NAPOLI each have seven, but that MAL CLARKE, has 
nine, one set of Sextuplets and one set of triplets. 

Joanne: While in Methuen you should take a grand tour of the town. 
It will be interesting to see the established businesses of our class- 
mates. LEO CROTEAU, I know, owns a supermarket, and two of 
his clerks are BRENDA COTTONE and LINDA CUBELLI. 
BARBARA RICCIO is the head bookkeeper. AL DAIGLE has 
opened a dry cleaning shop, adjacent to TOM DALLON'S laundro- 
mat. Tom's laundry gets a lot of business from JIM DEVINE'S 
diaper service. Located across the street from Devine's is Kay's 
Beauty Salon, owned by PAT KAY. Skilled operators are PAULA 
VIEWIG, MARGARET FEOLI, LORRAINE PELLERIN, SUSAN 
ROBIDOUX, and LINDA SABOR. 

Dorean: I heard that BOB FEUGILL has a prosperous service station 
in the square, and his mechanics are GUS FLANAGAN, STEVE 
GUELI, and WILLIAM HIRSCH. They're kept busy servicing 
the cars sold by WILLIAM HORNE who operates a used car lot. 

Joanne: Did you know that after RON KOBRENSKI became a priest, 
he built his own church in Methuen and now has one of the largest 
congregations in the state? He is now planning to erect a parochial 
school and has asked architects WILLIAM HOWARD, BRUCE 
JOHNSTONE and BILL HUTTON to submit designs. Several nuns 
have asked to teach there when the school is completed, among 
whom is JUNE LONGO. 

Dorean: Dr. ROBERT LaGRASSE has offices in a medical building as 
do dentists BILL LAFFIN, WILLIAM LAHEY, and DONALD 
LeBLANC. As the secretaries, Dr. LaGrasse has EILEEN CUN- 
NINGHAM, SANDRA DEARDON, and PAULA PAGLIUSO. 
DONNA DEFEO and MARYANNE SYLVIA are Dr. Laffins 
Secretaries. 

Joanne: An organ concert at the Serlo Hall to be presented by JAMES 
ARENA interests me. I also plan to attend a Methuen symphony 
concert to hear CHARLES CAMPIONE play the oboe. 

Dorean: I certainly hope you have the opportunity to attend the 
concerts. Right now I think we ought to be getting back to the 
others. I hope I have a chance to speak to you about some of the 
other events that have taken place since our high school days. 
Well, this reunion certainly proved to be a memorable occasion 
for me. You can't imagine how much I have enjoyed being here, 
seeing our old classmates, and exchanging news about them. I am 
pleased to know that so many have met with success. 

Joanne: Yes, I always felt that our class of 1967 at Tenney High 
was quite special, but now I am convinced. Oh, listen, I hear music, 
and there will be dancing. We must join the others, but before we 
do let's promise to meet again for another memorable reunion in 
1997. 



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FOREWORD 




As we pass through the doors of Tenney High School for the last time, 
our thoughts turn toward the coming years. As the doors of college, business, 
and industry open to our respective vocations, we look toward the future with 
zeal and ambition. Only in the years to come will we realize that here is the 
place where we were molded and prepared to meet our obligations as young 
adults. 

I extend my sincere thanks to Mr. Lister and the entire yearbook staff for 
their time and effort in preparing this Torch for the Class of 1967. 



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Editor-in-Chief 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 






SENIORS 



BEST OF '67 






SPORTS 



ORGANIZATIONS 



SOCIAL EVENTS 



ADMINISTRATION 




ARTHUR F. BAKER 

SUPERINTENDENT OF 
SCHOOLS 

B.S. Ed. Hyannis State 

College 

M. Ed. Bridgewater State 

College 



LESLIE BERNAL 

ASSISTANT 

SUPERINTENDENT 

OF SCHOOLS 



A.B. San Jose State College 

California 

Ed.M. Boston University 

C.A.G.S. Boston University 




URVILLEJ. BEAUMONT 



PRINCIPAL 

Boston College, A.B. 
Boston University, Ed.M. 



To the fine young ladies and gentlemen of the Class of 1967 go my best 
wishes. You have been a very good class. 
Success and happiness to all of you. 




W. EARL LISTER 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 

Dartmouth College, B.A. 
Harvard University, M.A. 



DOROTHY CHADWICK 

DEAN OF GIRLS 

Boston University, B.S. 
Fitchburg Teachers College, Ed.M. 





OUR ADVISOR 



MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL 



GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 




ALFRED N. LAW 

Director of Special Services 

Colby College, B.S. 

Calvin Coolidge College, Ed. M. 





ALTON C. BAILEY 

Guidance Counselor 

B.S. Norwich University 

Ed.M. Northeastern 



JANET MC LENNAN 

Guidance Counselor 

B.S. University of Massachusetts 

Ed.M. Salem State 




R. ITALO AGOSTINO 


MISS CAROL BAILEY 


MR. ROLAND CHAPUT 


MR. PAUL 


ortheasteni University, 

B.A. 

lian 1 and 2 

ssian 2 


Sargent College, B.S. 
Gym Instructor 
Girls' Field Hockey, 
Basketball, Softball, 
Majorette, and 
Cheerleader coach 


Boston College, B.S. 

Geometry 

Algebra 2 


CONSTANTINEAU 

Wentivorth Institute 
Woodworking 




MR. PETER DUNCAN 
Merrimack College, A.B. 
College and 
General English 



MR. ROBERT 
FRADETTE 

Alar is t College, A.B. 
University of Netv Hamp- 
shire, M.S. 
Math Analysis, 
Modern Advanced Math, 
Modern Algebra 2, 
College Algebra 
Math Department Head 



MR. GERARD E. 

GAGNE 
/Merrimack College, B.A. 
Salem Teacher's College, 

Ed.M. 
French 2, 3, and 4 
Language Department Head 



MR. WILLIAM 
GOSSELIN 

Arizona University, B.A. 
Salem Teacher's College, 

Ed.M. 
Gym Instructor 




MRS. SHIRLEY 
HOVANASIAN 

Syracuse University, B.S. 
Speech 




MR. ALVIN HUEBNER 
Gordon College, B.S. 
Driver Education 



MRS. DONNA HUGHES 

Bridgewater State College, 

B.S. 
Commercial English 



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MR. THOMAS JENNINGS 
Boston University, B.S., 
B.A. 

Salem Teacher's College, 

Ed.M. 
College and General English 





MISS ROSE DANIELIAN 

Boston University 
School of Education, B.S. 
Calvin Coolidge College, 

Ed.M. 
American and World History 



MRS. CLAIRE DERBY 

Cornell University, B.A. 
Latin 2 
Spanish 2 
Commercial English 




MISS MILDRED DINEEN 

Caldivell College for Wom- 
en, A.B. 

Catholic University of Amer- 
ica, M.A. 
French 1 
German 1 and 2 



MISS KATHLEEN 
DORAN 

Boston University, B.S. 
Calvin Coolidge College, 

Ed.M. 
Stenography 
Commercial Department Head 




MR. SHAUN GURRY 
Merrimack College, B.S. 
Problems of Democracy 
General English 



MR. JOHN HANNIGAN 
B.S. Georgetown University 

Ph.B. 
Calvin Coolidge College, 

Ed.M. 
American History 



MR. JOHN HEGGARTY 
St. Michael's College, A.B. 
Salem Teacher's College, 

Ed.M. 
Senior and General Math 



MRS. LILLIAN 

HERSHFIELD 
Temple University, B.S. 
Salem Teacher's College, 

Ed.M. 
College English 




MR. ALFRED JONES 

Virginia Union University, 

A.B. 
Andover Newton Theo. 

Sch., B.D. 
Commercial English 



MISS SUSAN KAIM 
Sarah Lawrence, B.A. 
French 2 



MRS. MILDRED KERN 

Keene State College, Ed.B 
Indiana University 
Home Economics 



MISS RUTH LANGE 

Salem Teacher's College, 

B.S. 
Boston University, Ed.M. 
Office Practice 
Typing 1 





MRS. RUTH LOCKABY 

Boston University, B.S. 
Geometry and Algebra 2 



MRS. ELAINE 

MAWHINNEY 
Emmanuel College, B.A. 
College English 



MR. PETER MAZZAGLIA 

University of Alaska 
Merrimack College, A.B. 
Salem State College, Ed.M. 
Algebra 1, 
College Biology, 
General Math 



MISS JEAN PEARSON 
Salem Teacher's College B.S. 
Business Training 
Bookkeeping 1 
Typing 1 

Cheerleader and Majorette 
coach 




MR. JOHN RIMAS 

Merrimack College, B.A. 
American History 
Boys' Basketball Coach 



MRS. PATRICIA 

RUHMANN 
Nasson College, B.S. 
College and Commercial English 



MISS EVELYN RUSHTON 
Colby College, B.S. 
Calvin Co olid ge College, 
Ed.M. 



MR. LEONARD 
RUSHTON 

Colby College, B.S. 
Calvin Coolidge College, 

Ed.M. 
Portia College, M.A. 




MISS ELIZABETH 

SMITH 
Emmanuel College, A.B. 
Calvin Coolidge College, 

Ed.M. 



MR. JAMES SMITH 
St. Anselm's College, B.A. 
Salem State College, Ed.M. 
Problems of Democracy 
Boys' Football Coach 



MR. RUSSELL SMITH 
Salem State College, B.S. 

Geometry, 
Modern Geometry, 
Algebra 2, 
College Algebra 



MR. DAVID WHITING 
Boston University, B.S. 
World and American History 




MR. JAMES 


MR. JOSEPH MELIA 


MRS. MILDRED 


MRS. MARGARET 


McDERMOTT 


Boston University, B.S., 


MONROE 


MORGAN 


St. Anselm's College, B.A. 


Ed.M. 


Jackson College, A.B. 


College of New Rocbelle, 


Salem State College, Ed.M. 


Art 1 and 2 


College English 


B.S. 


Senior and General Science 






Typing 1 and 2 


Director of Athletics 










MR. WILLIAM 
RUSSELL 

St. Anselm's College, A.B. 
Salem State College, Ed.M. 
Chemistry, Physics 
Science Department Head 



MISS CLAIRE ST. PIERRE 
Salem State College, B.S. 
Boston University, Ed.M. 
Bookkeeping 1 and 2 



MISS MARJORIE 
SHERMAN 

Smith College, B.A. 
Calvin Co olid ge College 

Ed.M. 
Algebra 1 and 2 



MISS LOUISE SKIBA 

Merrimack College, B.A. 

Geography, 

Problems of Democracy 




MR. GEORGE F. WINN 
Georgetown University 
Professional Engineer 
Mechanical Drawing 



MISS RUTH WRIGHT 

University of New 
Hampshire, A.B. 

Calvin Coolidge College, 
Ed.M. 

World History, 

History Department Head 



MISS JOAN M. 

ZANNINI 
Emmanuel College, B.A. 
General Biology 
Chemistry 



MR. JOHN ZIMINSKI 

Merrimack College, B.S. 
Salem State College, Ed.M. 
College and Modern Biology 




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M I k J 

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MRS. MINNA LEVINE 

Boston University, B.S. 
English 


MISS ALICE COULSON 

Trinity College, B.A. 
Calvin Coolidge College, 
Ed.M. 

Librarian 


MR. JOHN O'WRIL 

Fitchburg State College 
Visual Aids 


MR. MARTIN 
TARLAIAN 

Supervisor of Music 
Band Director 






MR. RENE 


MRS. FLORENCE BYRNE 


MISS SARAH 


MORRISSETTE 


Secretary 


Secretary 


Cadet Instructor 








Feeding time at the zoo. 




KATHY ABEL 

"Kathy" 
AMBITION: To become 
a baby nurse. 
Y Teens Business Club 



BARBARA ADDISON 

"Barb" 
AMBITION: To be a 
mathematician. 
Band 1, 2, 3, secretary 4, 
orchestra 2, 3, Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, German Club 3, 
secretary 4, College Club 

3, 4, Math Club 3, 4, 
Physics Club 4, Blue and 
White 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 

4, Senior Play Committee 



suc- 



WILLIAM AHIE 
"Bill" 

AMBITION: To be 
cessful in life. 
Cadets 1, 2, Basketball 1, 
Coin Club 1, Sportsman 
Club 1, 2 



MICHAEL N. ALAKEL 



AMBITION: 

Engineer. 
Physics Club 4 



Electrical 



BERNARD M. ALBERS 

"Bernie" 
AMBITION: Accountant 
Russian Club 3 Frencl 
Club 4 





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SHARON ALLEN 

"Smilie" 


JAMES THOMAS 
ARENA 


JOSEPH L. ARONE 
"Mac" 


AMBITION: To be a 
good nurse. 


"Meatball" 
AMBITION: Major in 


AMBITION: To own 
coffee house. 


Senior Art Club' 4 Blue 
and White 1 Basketball 
1, Senior Prom Committee 
Senior Class Play 


music. 

Physics Club 4, Glee Club 

pianist 


Folk Music Club 4 



PAUL EVERETT 
ASHWORTH 

AMBITlbN: To be suc- 
cessful in the future. 
Cadets 1, 2, Ranger Sports- 
man Club 4 



LINDA CAROL 
AUBERT 

"Lin" 
AMBITION: To be a 
success in whatever I do. 
Majorettes 3, 4, Art Club 
4, Italian Club 3, 4 Col- 
lege Club 4, Field Hockey 
2, 3, Basketball 2, Gym 
Exhibit 2, 3, Talent Show 
4, Senior Prom and Play 
Committees, Yearbook 

Representative. 




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JOAN M. ALLAIN 
"Donk" 
AMBITION: To settle 
down with that one spe- 
cial guy. 
Business Club 



DEAN EDWARD 
ALLEN 
"Deano" 
AMBITION: 

Senior Class Play, Russian 
Club 3, 4, Manager of 
Football, Basketball, and 
Baseball Teams. 







"What really goes on in there ; 



RENA MARIE AUDY 

"Eyes" 
AMBITION: To be a pro- 
fessional stenographer. 
Business Club Pep Club 



RICHARD A. AUFIERO 
"Dick" 

AMBITION: To be a 

draftsman. 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 




CAROL EVE 


ALLEN GLEN 


MICHAEL R. 


LINDA BARRETT 


AVERDISIAN 


BARCLAY 


BARDSLEY 


"Lurch" 


"Shortie" 


"Al" . 


"Mike" 


AMBITION: To be a psy 


AMBITION: Teaching 


AMBITION: Hotel Man- 


AMBITION: To become 


chiatrist. 


Glee Club 3, 4, Russian 


ager 


a writer. 


Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 


Club 3, 4, secretary 4, 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Business 


Band 1, 2, 3, 4, College 


Honor Society 3, 4, Fol 


College Club 4, Senior 


Club 4 


Club 3, 4, Chess Club 1 


Music Club 3, 4, Year 


Play Committee 






book representative, Ches 
Club 2, Math Club 3, 4 
College Club 3, 4, Get 
man Club 3, 4, Physic 
Club 4 





PAUL J. BARRETT 
AMBITION: To be 

master Plumber. 
Track 2 Cadets 1 



ROBERT E. BARRETT 



AMBITION: To get out 
of school and live. 




DIANE BELLANDI 

"Little One" 
AMBITION: Executive 
Secretary 

Folk M us ' c Club Busi- 
ness Club 



GREGORY 
BERNARDINI 
"Peck" 
AMBITION: To become 
a teacher 

Cadets 4 Art Club Base- 
ball 2 




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BRENDA J. BONANNO 
AMBITION: To lead a 

useful life. 



JOYCE BORRUN 

AMBITION: To be a 
high school teacher. 
Italian Club 2 Russian 
Club 3 V.P. 4 College 
Club 4; Folk Music Club 
4; Cheering 4; Yearbook 
Representative Senior Play 
Committee 



EDWARD A. BOWER 

"Ned" 
AMBITION: To graduate 
and go to college 
Tolk Music Club Chess 
Club 



SALLY M. BRAIN 
AMBITION: To be an 
elementary school teacher 
German Club 2, 3, 4 Col- 
lege Club 4 Math Club 4 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orches- 
tra 2, 3 Senior Play Com- 
mittee Talent Show 1 




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ROLAND BEAUDOIN 

"Major' 


JANICE BEAULIEU 


LAURENCE BEAULIEU 
"Larry" 


DONALD BEDARD 
"Don" 


DOROTHY ANN 
BEELEY 


AMBITION: Career in the 
Navy. 


AMBITION: To be a mo- 
del. 


AMBITION: To become 
a famous artist. 


AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful. 


"Dottie" 
AMBITION: To become 


Cadets 2, 3, 4 


Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 


Track 2, Cross-Country 4 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 


a hairdresser. 

Business Club 4, Art Club 




ROBERT BERNIER 


MICHAEL BESHARA 


ROBERT BESHARA 


"Bob" 


"Mike" 


"Bobby" 


AMBITION: To get a 


AMBITION: To be a 


AMBITION: Engineering 


College Degree. 


Physical Education Teach- 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Math 


Italian Club 3, 4, Presi- 


er. 


Club 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Phys- 


dent 4 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 
1, 2, 3, 4 


ics Club 4, Basketball 4 



PATRICIA J. BIBEAU 

"Patsy" 
AMBITION: Artist 
Senior Art Club, Senior 
Play Committee, Senior 
Prom Committee, Basket- 
ball 3, Manager for soft- 
ball 2, 3, 4 



PAULINE B. BIBEAU 

"Paul" 
AMBITION: To become 
an artist. 

Senior Art Club Treasurer, 
Senior Play Committee, 
Basketball 2, 3, 4, 





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BONNIE SUE 


BEVERLY S. BROWN 


BREARLEY 


"Bev" 


"Happy" 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To be a sec- 


an elementary school 


retary and marry the boss. 


teacher. 


Business Club 4 


Art Club 4, Honor Society 




3, 4, Math Club 3, 4, 




French Club 4, College 




Club 3, 4, Prom Commit- 




tee, Play Committee 








CATHY BROWN 


JAMES BROWN 


CHARLES BRUCE 


AMBITION: To succeed 


"Browny" 


"Chub" 


Student Council 2, 3, 4, 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


AMBITION: 


treasurer 4, German Club 


cess. 


track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross 


3, 4, Math Club 3, 4 




Country 4, Cadets 1, 2, 3, 


treasurer 3, 4, College 




4, Senior Art Club 


Club 3, 4, Business Staff 






of Blue and White 









JOSEPH BUGLIONE 

"Bugs" 
AMBITION: To be a pro- 
fessional baseball player. 
Art Club, Football, Bas- 
ketball, Baseball. 



ROBERT BURNS 
"Bob" 
AMBITION: To be a state 
policeman. 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 
1, Baseball 1 



CHARLES CAMPIONE 

"Chucky" 
AMBITION: To be a pro- 
fessional oboe player. 



JOYCE D. CARLSON 
AMBITION: To become 
a legal secretary and have 
a life of happiness and suc- 
cess. 

Pep Club 1, Business Club 
4, Yearbook Representative 



WILLIAM CARON 
"Cherry Bomb" 
AMBITION: Electronic 
Technician. 




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I told my wife I'd be home late tonight. 






EDEL BUCHHOLZ 
AMBITION: To break 
IBM machines. 
Business Club Yearbook 
Representative 



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JOHN BUDENAS 
"Oh My Budnus" 
AMBITION: Industrial 
Designer. 

Cadets 2, Gymnastics team 
2 Rangers Sportsman 
Club 3 





'We'll put the bomb in room 301. 



JOHN CARRIER 

"Raddish" 
AMBITION: To major in 
history. 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess 
Club 1, 2, Russian Club 3, 
4, Vice President 4 



DONALD CARTER 
"Don" 
AMBITION: To get out 
of high school. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 
1 




ROSEMARY ANNE 
CASALE 


CARL CATALANO 

"Butch" 


WILLIAM CHADWICK 

JR. 

"Bill" 

AMBITION: To be a 

florist. 

Cadets 1, Senior Play Com 
mittee. 


"Roe" 
AMBITION: To be a key 
punch operator. 
Business Club 4 


AMBITION: To count 

stars. 

Football 1, 2, 3, Cadets 1, 

2, 3, 4, Baseball 1 



PETER CHAPMAN 
"Pete" 
AMBITION: To be a 
draftsman. 

Basketball 1, Football 3, 
Drum and Bugle Corps 4, 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres- 
ident 4 




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SUSAN C. CHAREST 


MICHAEL A. 


"Sue" 


CIARDELLO 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


"Sacko" 


cessful wife and mother. 


AMBITION: To be a 


Business Club 4, Pep Club 


success in life. 


1 


Italian Club 1, Folk Mu 




sic Club 



Please don't feed the animals! 




1 



ANN V. COREY 


CHARLES CORSETTO 


"Argithu" 


"Charlie" 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


AMBITION: To succeed 


cessful nurse. 


in life. 


Talent Show 1, 2, 4, Ital- 




ian Club 2, 3, Glee Club 




1, 2, Pep Club 1 






CYNTHIA J. CROTEAU 

"Cindy" 
Business Club 4, Play 
Committee Librarian 4 



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LINDA R. CUBELLI 
"Lin" 
AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful in whatever I do. 
Y Teens 2 



EILEEN M. 
CUNNINGHAM 

"£/" 
AMBITION: To become a 
successful secretary. 
V.P. 1, 2, 4, Fid. Hcky. Mgr. 
1. Pep CI. 1, 2, 3, Ski CI. 2, 
It. CI. 3 Jr. Hist. Soc. 3 Folk 
Mus. CI. 3, 4, Sr. PI. Comm. 
Talent Show 4, Bus. CI. 4, 
Sr. Prom Comm., Yrbk. rep. 



CATHERINE E. CURTIS 
"Cathy" 

AMBITION: To be an 
L.P.N, nurse. 
Business Club 4 




JACQUELYN MARIE 
CIRAS 

"Jackie" 
AMBITION: To be an air- 
line stewardess 

Chrldr. 4; Fr. CI. 1, 2; Pep 
CI. 1; It. CI. 3, 4 Sr. Art CI. 
Coll. CI. 3, 4 Folk Mus. CI. 
2 Sr. PI. Comm. Prom Comm. 



MARSHA CLAMP 


MARILYN D. CLARKE 


SHARON COCO 


CARL CONLEY 


AMBITION: To be a 


"Mai" 


"Sher" 


AMBITION: To becom 


trained equestrian. 


AMBITION: To be happy. 


AMBITION: To be a sec- 


an aeronautical engineer. 


College Club; Blue and 


Cheerleader 3, 4 College 


retary. 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 


White Staff Yearbook 


Club 4 Italian Club, 






Representative Russian 


Treasurer Jr. Historical So- 






Club Folk Music Club 


ciety Senior Play Com- 






Pep Club 1, 3 


mittee 








JEAN COTE 

"Jeannie" 
AMBITION: To get mar 
ried. 
Y-Teens Business Club 



BRENDA COTTONE 
"Bren" 
AMBITION: To reach my 
goal in life. 

Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Business 
Club 



KENNETH COURTEAU 

"Ken" 
AMBITION: To graduate. 



SHARON 
COURTEMANCHE 

"Shanney" 
AMBITION: To marry 
that one special guy. 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3 



LEO E. CROTEAU 
"Clark" 
AMBITION: To succeed 
in life. 

Basketball 1 Senior Play, 
Student Director 




Curses! Foiled again! 



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RONALD CUSCIA 
"Ron" 
AMBITION: Plumber or 
Musician. 
Football 3 



ALBERT DAIGLE 

"Albie" 

AMBITION: To be happy. 

Football 2, 3, 4, Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 
2, 3. 4 



THOMAS DALLON 
"Tom" 
AMBITION: To be a me- 
chanical engineer. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, French 
Club 4, Physics Club 4 



JANICE DAWSON 

"Jan" 
AMBITION: To become 
an elementary school teach- 



Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ital- 
ian Club 1, 2, College Club 



SANDRA DEARDEN 
"Sandy" 

AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful and happy in life. 





RICHARD DEROUIN 

"Dick" 
AMBITION: To join the 

Navy. 



DIANNE A. DE SANTIS 

"Di" 
AMBITION: To be a 
secretary. 



JOYCE DESROCHER 
"Joycie" 

AMBITION: To be an 
elementary school teacher. 
Softball 3, 4, Math Club 
4, Basketball 4, Majorettes 
4, Senior Play Committee, 
Yearbook Representative 



SHIRLEY A. 
DESROCHER 

"Sbirl" 
AMBITION: To be a suc- 
cessful secretary. 
Business Club 4, Library 
Staff 4 



CHRISTOPHER 

DEVANEY 
"Tangus" 
AMBITION: To be a 
successful lawyer. 
Vice President of Art Club 
4, Talent. Show 2. 




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I never did know how to ride one of these things.' 








DONNA M. DEFEO 
AMBITION: To be successful 
in everything I do. 
Business Club 4, Folk Music 
Club 3 



YVETTE DEMERS 

AMBITION: To be a successful 



Club 3, College Club 4 





BART A. DEVINE 
"Div" 

AMBITION: To join the Navy. 
Football 1. Baseball 1 



JAMES DEVINE 
"Jim" 
AMBITION: To be a success. 
Football 3, 4 







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DONNA DI NATALE 
"D. D." 


CHRISTINE DIODATI 
"Chris" 




AMBITION: To be an artist. 


AMBITION: To be a teache 




Pep Club 1, College Club 3, 
4, Folk Music Club 3, Art Club 
4, Math Club 4, Senior Play 
and Prom Committees 


Business Club 









SUSAN M. DIODATI 
"Sue" 
AMBITION: To be a medica 
secretary. 

Folk Music Club 
Club 4 



Business 



'Help, I'm stuck! 




COLLEEN ANN 
DOBECK 

"Col" 

To 



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CHRISTINE ANN 
DOBRZYNSKI 
"Tina" 
AMBITION: To promote hap- 
piness. 

Glee CI. 1, 2, 3, 4, sec. 4, 
Fr. CI. 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent 
Show, Ger. CI. 3, 4, Math 
CI. 4, Coll. CI. 3, 4. Sr. P 1 
Prompter, Blue and Whit 
4, Yrbk. Rep. 



DIANE 
DOMORADZKI 

AMBITION: To get mar- 
ried. 

Band 2, Junior Historical 
Society 1 Business Club 

1 



'Finished! I don't know how I did it! 




DENNIS STEPHEN 
ELIAS 
"Denny" 
AMBITION: To teach. 
Cadets 1, Folk Music Club 
3, 4, Chess Club 2, French 
Club 3, Art Club 4, Col- 
lege Club 4, Gymnastic 
Club 2, 3 



JO-ANNE FARO 

"Mike" 
AMBITION: To settle 
down. 

Business Club 4, Play 
Committee, Pep Club 1 




ROBERT FEUGILL 

"Barney" 
AMBITION: To join the 
Air Force. 
Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- 



DONNA FICHERA 

"Cupid" 
AMBITION: To be a teacher. 
Fid. Hcky. 3, Folk Mus. CI. 
3, Pep CI. 1, Chrldr. 4, Sec. 
of Bus. CI., Play Coram., 
Talent Show 



GEORGE FILTEAU 
"Space" 
AMBITION: To be an ac- 
countant. 
Cadets 



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WALTER A. 

FLANAGAN 
"Gus" 
AMBITION: To be happy. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas- 
ketball 1 





PAMELA DONAHUE 

"Pam" 
AMBITION: To become 
a secretary. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Field 
Hockey 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 
Business Club 



NANCY DUBE 



AMBITION: To be a sec- 
retary and have a happy 
marriage. 

Art Club. Pep Club, Busi- 
ness Club 



LINDA DUMONT 

"Linda" 

AMBITION: To travel. 




MAUREEN A. DUPUIS 

"Moe" 
AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful. 





LINDA MARIE EATON 
"Lin" 

AMBITION: To be a his- 
tory teacher and to be 
happy. 

French Club 1, Art Club 
4, College Club Senior 
Play Prompter Prom Com- 




MICHAEL FEDERICO 

"Mike" 
AMBITION: To become 
a nuclear physicist. 
Honor Society 3, president 
4, German Club 3, presi- 
dent 4, Physics Club, vice- 
president, Math Club 3, 
4, College Club 3, 4, Band 
1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 3, 
Yearbook Staff, Senior 
Play, Boys' State Rep- 
resentative 



DAVID FELIX 
"Cat" 

AMBITION: To own the 
fastest motorcycle and go 
to California. 



JOHN R. FEOLI 

"Fidel" 
AMBITION: To be 
plumber. 



MARGARET FEOLI 
AMBITION: To become 
a legal secretary. 
Business Club, Pep Club 



BEVERLY A. FERRANTE 

"Bev" 
AMBITION: To be a 
good social worker. 
French Club 3, 4, 





LINDA MARIE FLOYD 


RAYMOND F. FOLEY 


DONNA LEE FORCIER 


••Lyn" 


"Popsie" 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To be an 


AMBITION: To make a 


a success. 


accountant. 


million. 


Librarian 3, 4 


Business Club 4, French 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 




Club 4 








TIMOTHY DAVIS 


CAROL FOSTER 


FORD 


"Turnpike" 


"Tim my" 


AMBITION: To be happy 


AMBITION: To avoid the 


in whatever I do. 


draught. 




College Club, Senior Play, 




Physics Club, treasurer 4, 




Detention 1, 2, 3, 4 






ROBERT JAMES 
FRANCIS 
"Wo" 
AMBITION: To become 
a teacher. 

Cadets 1, 2, Folk Music 
Club 3 



JANICE R. FUGGE 

"Fudgie" 
AMBITION: To be a 
commercial artist. 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, cap- 
tain 4, Prom Committee, 
Art Club 4, Softball 1, 2, 
3, 4, Folk Music Club 4, 
Gym Exhibition 2, 4 






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RONALD L. GADWAH 

"Hick" 
AMBITION: To become 
a state trooper. 
Football 2, 3, 4 



LINDA GAGNON 
"Lini" 
AMBITION: To become 
a Physical Education 
Teacher. 
Softball 2, 3, 4 



LOUIS GAGNON 

"Louie" 
AMBITION: To become 
a millionaire. 




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Super Fred ! 




ANTHONY FRANCIOSA 

"Tony" 
AMBITION: To become rich. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



LINDA MARY 
FRANCIOSA 
"Ziltch" 



Folk Music Club 3, Art Club 
4, Business Club, secretary 4 




WILLIAM F. 
GALARNEAU 
"Billy Brown" 
AMBITION: To be a success- 
ful lawyer. 

Football 1. Basketball 1, Folk 
Music Club 1, 3, 4, Class 
Play 



JANE GAUDREAU 
"Janie" 

AMBITION: To become a re- 
gistered nurse. 

College Club 4, Latin Club 3, 
4, Folk Music Club, Play 
Committee 




I'm right, the world's wrong! 





MARIE GERMAN 
"Marie" 

AMBITION: To become a 
executive secretary. 
Business Club 4, Junior Hi 
torical Society 3 



SALLY ANN 


LOUISE GIARRUSO 


LUCILLE GIORDANO 


GIAQUINTA 


"Lou" 


"Lu" 


"Sally" 


AMBITION: To become a 


AMBITION: To be success 


AMBITION: To become a 


secretary. 


ful and happy. 


hairdresser. 


Business Club 


Business Club. 


Italian Club, Business Club 







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and then the mama bear said to the baby bear 




EDWARD A. GOMES 

"Gooch" 
AMBITION: To see a 
U.F.O. 

Sportsman Club 2, 3, 
Track 2, French Club 3, 4, 
Physics Club 




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T " 




ELAINE M. GRASS 
"Sweet Pea" 


AMBITION: To go into 
the business field. 


Business Club 4, Y Teens 
2, 3,4 


ft 


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LEON GUAY 


STEVEN GUELI 


"Lee" 


"Hummer" 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To make the 


a technical drawer. 


Navy a career. 


French Club 3, Baseball 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Folk 


3,4 


Music Club 4, Football 1, 

2 




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JOHN HARNISCH 


MARY ELLEN HARRIS 


BERNARD T. HEBERT 


BARRY HEBSCH 


"/«*<#' 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


"Bernie" 


"Barry" 


AMBITION: To become 


cess. 


AMBITION: To be a ma- 


AMBITION: To become 


a mason. 


Pep Club 1, 2, French 


rine biologist. 


a successful mechanical 


Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3 


Club 1, 2, Folk Music 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 


designer. 




Club 1, 2, Business Club 




Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 




4, Majorettes 4, Play Com- 




4, Rangers Sportsman 




mittee, Talent Show. 




Club 




JOANNE F. GRASSO 
AMBITION: To be a 
high school teacher. 
Class Secretary 2, 3, Ital- 
ian Club 3, 4, Field 
Hockey 3, 4, Folk Music 
Club 3, Ski Club 1, Col- 
lege Club 3, 4 



KENNETH 
GREENWOOD 

"Ken" 
AMBITION: To be a 
butcher. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 
1, 2, 4, Cadets 1, 2, 3 



ANN MARIE GROSS 

"/4>?;z" 
AMBITION: To be an ele- 
mentary school teacher. 
Stu. Coun. 2, 3, sec. 4, Fr. 
CI. 3, pres. 4, Blue and White 
3, bus. mgr. 4, Coll. CI. 3, 
corr. sec. 4, Math CI. 3, Sr. 
Play Comm. 



JOSEPH GROSSMAN 

"Joe" 
AMBITION: To become 
a writer. 

Chess Club 2, 3, 4, presi- 
dent 2, 3, 4, Math Club 
3, 4, College Glub 3, 4, 
Honor Society 3, 4, Blue 
and White 3, 4, Coin Club 
2, 3, 4, Physics Club 4 



MARION B. GROVES 

"Grovsey" 
AMBITION: To teach. 
Italian Club 3, 4, Folk 
Music Club, Art Club 4, 
Pep Club 2, 3, Prom Com- 
mittee, Play Committee, 
College Club 



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JOHN GUIDE 


ELIZABETH ANN 


JEAN A. HALDANE 


SARA JANET HANSON 


THOMAS 


AMBITION: To join the 


HAJJAR 


"Little One" 


"Sara" 


HARGREAVES 


Navy. 


"Bette" 


AMBITION: To be a 


AMBITION: To be hap- 


"Tom" 




AMBITION: To be a 


success. 


py- 


AMBITION: To be 




school teacher. 


Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, 


Class Secretary 1, 4, Field 


electrical engineer. 




French Club 1, College 


Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soft- 


Hockey 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Club 3, 4, Italian Club 3, 


ball 2, Business Club, Li- 


Ski Club 2, Italian Club 






4, Play Committee. 


brary Worker. 


3,- Business Club 4, Folk 
Music Club 4, Play Com- 
mittee, Yearbook Rep- 
resentative, Prom Commit- 
tee. 






'Hello, Mommy, they did it again! 




ELAINE S. 
HEFFERNAN 
"Lainee" 
AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4, French 
Club 4, Yearbook Repre- 
sentative. 



ROBERT HEFFERNAN 
"Heff 

AMBITION: To enter 
the field of conservation. 
Band 1, 2 



LORRAINE E. HESS 

"Rainy" 
AMBITION: To be hap- 

py- 

Art Club 1, 2, Business 
Club 1, 2 



ROBERT HILLARD 



AMBITION: To have fun. 
Football 



DOROTHY J. HILLNER 

"Dorean" 
AMBITION: To be an 
elementary school teacher. 
German Club 3, 4 Col- 
lege Club 3 Math Club 
4, Honor Society 3, 4 




BOB HOEHN 
"Bird" 


GAIL E. HOFFMAN 

"Gail" 


JOHN J. HOLLIS JR. 
"Holly" 


KENNETH HOMSEY 

"Leech" 


WILLIAM HORNE 
"Bill" 


AMBITION: To become 
a professional guitarist. 
Cadets 1, 2 


AMBITION: To be an 
elementary school teacher. 
Math Club 4, Glee Club 
3, 4, College Club 3, 4, 
German Club 3, 4 


AMBITION: To become 
a math teacher. 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Physics 
Club 4 


AMBITION: To be an 
electrician. 

Football 1, Track 3, Ital- 
ian Club, Historian 4 


AMBITION: To graduate 
Baseball 1, Football 1 



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Can I go in now, coach 




WILLIAM HIRSCH 
"Bill" 
AMBITION: To be a ra- 
dio and television broad- 
caster. 
Cadets 1, 2 



JAMES HOEGEN 
"Babe" 
AMBITION: To be a 
lawyer or a teacher. 
Football 1, Baseball 1, 
Track 3, Library Worker 
3, 4 Blue and White 3, 4 





Which way did the parade go?' 



I 



CLAUDIA LINDSEY 
HOUSTON 

"Claude" 
AMBITION: To be a teacher. 
Fr. CI. 1, 2, 3, Folk Mus. CI. 
3, 4, Math CI. 3, 4, Coll. CI. 

3, 4, treas. 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 

4, Blue and White St. 4, Sr. 
Play Cast. 



PHILIP HOWSHAN 

"Lump'' 
AMBITION: To be a suc- 
cess in the field I choose. 
Football 1, Track 1, 2, 
3, 4, French Club 1. 
Rangers Sportsman Club. 




WILLIAM HOWARD 
"Bill" 

AMBITION: To become 
a certified public account- 
ant. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



DONNA LEE HUGHES 

"Donna" 
AMBITION: To be happy and 
successful 

Jr. Hist. Soc. 1, Fr. CI. 3, 4. 
Coll. CI. 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 



MARION HURLEY 

"Marion" 
AMBITION: To catch a 
falling star. 
Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4, Soft- 



WILLIAM E. HUTTON 

"Porkey" 
AMBITION: To be a 
forester. 

Senior Play Committee, 
Football 2, 3, 4 



KATHLEEN IANNALFO 

"Kalhy" 
AMBITION: To get mar- 



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V 



JUDITH JABOUR 

"Dudes" 


BETTY A. JACINTO 

"Betty" 


AMBITION: To live it 
up and to see London. 


AMBITION: To work in 
an office. 


Field Hockey 3, Art Club 
4, Folk Music Club 4, Play 
Committee Prom Com- 
mittee, Pep Club 1, 


Play Committee, Business 
Club 4 



'Aw, you gotta be puttin' me on.' 




SANDRA JUTRAS 
"Saudi" 
AMBITION: To be an 
Interior Decorator. 
College Club 4, Art Club 
4, French Club 3, 4, Prom 
Committee 4, Play Com- 
mittee 



GLEN KACHADORIAN 
"Kacb" 

AMBITION: To be a den- 
tist. 

College Club 3, 4, Ger- 
man Club 3, historian 4, 
Baseball 1, 3, Cadets 1, 
2, 3, 4, Sportsman Club 4, 
Student Council 3 




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PATRICIA J. KAY 


NEIL KEATING 


ARTHUR JAMES 


ELLEN JEAN KENNEY 


"Pat" 


"Red" 


KENNEY 


"Ellen" 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To become 


"Art" 


AMBITION: To enjoy 


a successful hairstylist. 


an electrician. 


AMBITION: To acquire 


life. 


Italian Club 1, 2, Art Club 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, Coin Club 


a degree in aeronautical 


Yearbook Staff, Editor-in- 


4, secretary 4, Folk Music 




engineering. 


chief, Cheerleader 3, 4, 


Club 3, Play Committee, 




College Club 3, 4, Math 


Physics Club 4, secretary 


Prom Committee 




Club 4, Physics Club 4 


4, Talent Show 4, College 
Club 3, 4, 




JUDITH JANOSKI 

"Judie" 
AMBITION: IBM opera- 
tor and commercial artist. 
Pep Club 1, 2, Business 
Club 4, Y-Teens 2 



NANCY M. JAWORSKI 

"Candy" 


EDWARD R. JOAQUIN 
JR. 


DANIEL JOHNSON 
"Dan" 


BRUCE JOHNSTONE 
"Bruce" 


AMBITION: To become 
a secretary. 


"Eddie" 
AMBITION: To be a suc- 


AMBITION: To be a 
draftsman or a highway 


AMBITION: To be 
draftsman. 


Business Club Library 
Service 


cess in life. 

Cadets 1, Art Club 4, 
Prom Committee 4, Play 
Committee 4 


engineer. 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- 
ball 3, 4, Football 3, Rang- 
ers Sportsman Club 3 







LINDA ANNE 

KACHADORIAN 

"Kach" 

AMBITION: To become 

a teacher. 

French Club 2, 3, 4, his- 
torian 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 
4, president 4, German 
Club 3, historian 4, Col- 
lege Club 3, 4, Yearbook 
Representative 



ARTHUR J. KADY 


KAROL ANN KALIL 


RITA ANN M. 


WILLIAM M 


"Art" 


"Kak" 


KARPOWICZ 


KAUPINIS 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To travel 


"Rita" 


"Bill" 


an architect. 


and see the world. 


AMBITION: To operate 


AMBITION: To be an 




College Club 3, 4, Glee 


IBM machines. 


electronic engineer. 




Club 4, Travel Club 2, 3. 


Business Club 4 


Honor Society 3, 4, Cadets 




4, Art Club 4, Play Com- 




1, 2, 3, 4, Physics Club 4, 




mittee, Prom Committee, 




president 4, Math Club 3, 




Basketball 3, Softball 2, 




4, College Club 3, 4, Blue 




3, 4, 




and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Edi- 
torial Staff 4, Track 2, 3 
Cross Country 3 




Please, I can't stand it any longer 




HARRIET KIRIAJES 
"Harri" 
AMBITION: To be an artist. 
Bsktbl. 1, 2, Jr. Hist. Soc. 1, 
Art CI. 4, Play Comrn., Prom 
Comm., Class Treas. 3, 4, 
Majorettes 3, 4, capt. 4, Yrbk. 
Rep., Blue and White Staff 3 



JOYCE ANN KITSON 

"Irish'' 
AMBITION: To be a suc- 
cess in whatever I do. 



JOHN E. KLUK 

"Animal" 
AMBITION: To let my 
hair grow. 
Baseball 2 



RONALD J. 
KOBRENSKI 

"IVachinski" 
AMBITION: To be a mathe- 
matician. 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, Col. 4, Bsbl. 
1. 2, 3. 4, Coll. CI. 3, pres. 
4, Yrbk. St. 4, Class Play. 
Class v p 3, Phys. CI. 4, 
Ranger Sportsman CI. 4 



ROBERT LACROIX 

"Bob" 
AMBITION: To work for 
Internal Revenue. 
Cadets 4, Baseball 1 




WILLIAM LAHEY JR. 
"Wilbur" 



BARBARA LANGEVIN 
"Barb" 

AMBITION: To be a AMBITION: To live i 

state trooper. Hawaii. 



NANCY LANGEVIN 

"Nancy" 


MARK LAMBERT 
"L" 


FRANCES LARKIN 
"Little Creep" 


AMBITION: To find the 


AMBITION: To enter 


AMBITION: To become 


pot of gold at the end of 
the rainbow. 


the service. 
Football 1, 2 


a secretary. 


Field Hockey 1, Student 
Council 1, 2, Correspond- 
ing secretary 3, recording 
secretary 4, Folk Music 
Club 1, 2, Business Club 
4 








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Domesticated already? 




WILLIAM C. LAFFIN 
"Bill" 

AMBITION: To acquire a de- 
gree in Dentistry. 
Class Pres. 1, Bsktbl. 1, mgr 

2, 3, 4, Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 
Rang. Sports. CI. 2, 3, 4 
Phys. CI. 4, Math CI. 3, 4 
Ger. CI. 3, v p 4. Hon. Soc 

3, v p 4, Blue and White 2 
3, 4, Yrbk. St., Sr. Play, Tal- 
ent Show 4 



ROBERT LA GRASSE 

"Bob" 
AMBITION: To achieve 
the finer things in life. 
Football 1, 2, Senior Play 
4 





'How come everybody's so quiet? 



MARY LARKIN 

"Mary" 



MAURICE LARIVIERE 

"Moe" 



AMBITION: To become AMBITION: To become a 

a secretary. lawyer and a politician. 

Business Club, Library Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 

Service 




PAUL LAURETTA 
"Paul" 
AMBITION: To become 
an auto mechanic. 



DAVID LAWSON 
"Dave" 
AMBITION: To go to 
college. 

Cadets 1, 2 



BARBARA LAWTON 



AMBITION: To become a 

teacher. 

Chrldr. 4, Fr. CI. 3, treas. 4, 

Math CI. 3, 4, Coll. CI. 4. 

Talent Show 4. Hon. Soc. 3, 

4. Fid. Hclcy. 2, Bsktbl. Mgr. 

2, 3, Play Comm., Yrbk. St. 



DONALD LEBLANC 
"Ducky" 
AMBITION: To join the 
Air Force. 

Cadets 1, 2, 
Club 2. 



3, 4, Chess 



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M. ELAINE LeBLOND 


THOMAS EDWARD 


"Elaine" 


LE CLAIR 


AMBITION: 


To be a pi- 


"Henry" 


ano teacher. 




AMBITION: To become 


Art Club 




a lawyer. 

College Club 3, 4, Math 
Club 3, 4, Honor Society 
3, 4, Student Council 4, 
Yearbook Staff 4, Physics 
Club 4, treasurer of Honor 
Society 4 



'Just think! Mr. Lister came into MY room today! 




CAROL LIMANNI 
"Carol" 
AMBITION: To be a 
medical secretary. 
Business Club 



JUDITH A. LIPPOLD 
"Judy" 

AMBITION: To be a 
nurse. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 
1, 2, French Club 3, 4, 
College Club 3, 4, Year- 
book Representative 4, Or- 
chestra 




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CLAIRE S. MACOUL 

"Claire" 
AMBITION: To become 
an English teacher. 
Italian Club 3, 4, College 
Club 3, 4, 



JANICE MALANDRINO 
"Jan" 



It. CI. 1, 2, Russ. CI. 3. 4. 
Coll. CI. 3, 4, Pep CI. 1, 2, 
3, Play Comm. 4, Talent 
Show 4 



NORMAN MALENFANT 

"Af#£.r" 
AMBITION: To get mar- 
ried. 



EDGAR MALO 
"Ed" 

AMBITION: To be a 
head chef. 

French Club 4, Gymnastics 
Club 1, 2 




JOHN LEE JACK LEES 

"Jack" "Ox" 

AMBITION: To be a AMBITION: To becor 

success in life. a rich hermit. 
Math Club 3, College Club 




RICHARD RALPH LEES 
"Muskrat" 

Cadets 1, Football 1, Folk 
Music Club 3 


JOHN LEFEBVRE 

AMBITION: To be a 
printer. 


WILLIAM LEMIEUX 

'■Bill" 
AMBITION: To be an 
electrician. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, 





KIMBERLY J. LODGE 

"Kim" 
AMBITION: To find hap- 
piness by helping others 
to do so. 

Blue and White 2, 3, 4, 
Editor-in-chief 4. Year- 
book Staff 3, 4, Honor 
Society 3, 4, French Club 
3, 4, secretary 4, College 
Club 3, 4, secretary 4, 
Glee Club 1, 2, Math 
Club 3, 4, Folk Music Club 
1, 2, Majorettes 4, Physics 
Club 4, Basketball 2, Pep 
Club 1, 2, Talent Show 4 



WILLIAM LODGE 
"£///" 

AMBITION: To become 
a group drummer. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



JUNE A. LONGO 

AMBITION: To be a 
teacher. 

Blue and White staff, 
French Cub 3, 4, Play 
Committee, College Club 
3, 4, Math Club 4, Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, Talent Show 
4 



SALLY LOSTIMOLO 

"Sally" 
AMBITION: To get mar- 
ried. 
Business Club 



ROSEANNE 
LUCCISANO 

"Roe" 
AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful and to be a good 
housewife 
Italian Club Art Club 




"A is for apple. B is for boy 



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ANNA MARCELLO 
"Dimples" 
AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful in life. 
Art Club 



CAROL MARCOUX 

"Coolie" 
AMBITION: To become 
a L.P.N. 



CAROLYN MARTIN 

"Marty" 
AMBITION: To become 
a successful secretary. 
Business Club 



ARTHUR MARTINEAU 

"Art" 
AMBITION: To become 
a good machinist. 



JO-ANN MARTONE 

"Jo-Ann" 
AMBITION: To be a pub- 
lic accountant or a com- 
mercial artist. 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, cap- 
tain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4, Softball 1, 2, 4, Art 
Club, Business Club, Gym 
Exhibition 2, 4 





MADELINE MAYNARD 

"Madeline" 
AMBITION: To be a 
medical secretary. 
Glee Club 



DIANNE MAZIARZ 
"Di" 
AMBITION: To be 
legal secretary. 
Business Club 



DONNA M. 

Mcdonald 

"Farmer" 
AMBITION: To be happy. 
Italian Club 3, 4, Pep 
Club 1, 2 



peter Mcquillan 

"Gabby" 
AMBITION: To be a den- 
tist. 
Physics Club 4 



W. MICHAEL MELVIN 

"Mike" 
AMBITION: To be an a 
countant. 




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'Leave him alone, or I'll tear you apart! 




TED MATSES 
"Ted" 

AMBITION: To be an 
oceanographer. 
French Club 4, College 
Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports- 
man Club 4 



PETER W. MAY 

"Pete" 
AMBITION: To be a 
ondary school math teacher 
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 
2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4 
Sportsman Club 2, 3, 4 
College Club 3, 4, Cadets 
1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 
4, Physics Club 4 





THERESA MESITI 
"Terri" 
AMBITION: To become 
a commercial artist. 
Italian Club 1, 2, Pep Club 
1, Art Club 4, Play Com- 
mittee, Prom Committee 



CHARLOTTE ANN 
MESSER 
"Charlie" 
AMBITION: To succeed 
in whatever I do. 
Field Hockey 2, Basketball 
3 




MAURICE JOHN 


PAUL F. METZNER 


SADIE MILAD 


STEVEN MILLER 


MESSINA 


"Paul" 


"Camdy" 


"Alfred E. Neuman" 


"Moe" 


AMBITION: To be a ma- 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To be an ac- 


AMBITION: To become 


chine draftsman. 


a medical secretary. 


countant. 


an important person in 
life. 


Basketball 1, Cadets 1, 2, 


Art Club 4, Italian Club 




Track 2, 3, Sportsman Club 


1, Play committee, Prom 




Track 2, Cross Country 2 


2, 3 


Committee, Pep Club 







SHARON F 


MILONE 


SUSAN MINGINS 


"Mouse" 






"Sue' 




AMBITION: 


To 


be a 


AMBITION: 


To be 


teacher and a 


good 


guitar 


teacher. 




player. 






French Club 1 


, Pep CI 


Italian Club 


2, Pep 


Club 


1, 2, 




1, Russian Club 










JOHN MOSCHETTO 

"Muzzy" 
AMBITION: To get a- 
head in the world. 
Baseball 1, 3, 4, Basket- 
ball 1, 2, Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



MARY LEE MOYNIHAN 

"Lee" 
AMBITION: To become 
an art teacher. 
Art Club 4, College Club 
3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, 
historian 4 




FRANK M. 
NAPOLITANO 

"Hoss" 
AMBITION: To become 
a commercial artist. 



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FREDERIC J. NASSAR 
JR. 

"Fritz" 
AMBITION: To make 2 + 2 
= success. 

FB 1, 2, 3, 4, co-capt. 4, Class 
Pres. 2, 3, Bsbl. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Yrbk. Rep., Coll. CI. 3, Fr. 
CI. 3, Sportsman CI. 3, 4, 
treas. 4 



ERNEST NAYLOR 
"Ernie" 
AMBITION: To be a car- 
penter. 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 



ROY NELSON 
"Roy" 
AMBITION: To be 
draftsman. 




SUZANNE M. 


MIXON 


CAROLE ANN 


LAURENCE J. 


JUDITH M. MOOSHIAN 


PATRICIA MORIN 


"Mix" 




MLECHKO 


MONTEFUSCO 


"]udy" 


"Pat" 


AMBITION: 


To stay 


"Carole" 


"Larry" 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To be 


happy. 




AMBITION: To succeed 


AMBITION: To attend 


a good folk singer and 


teacher. 


French Club 3, 


Folk Mu- 


in life. 


the Andover Institute of 


song writer. 


French Club 


sic Club 3 




Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, captain 
4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 


Business. 


French Club 3, Pep Club 1, 
Blue and White Staff 3, 
4, Folk Music Club 3, 4, 












Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 






? kill ' 



FRANK A. MURRAY 


NICHOLAS MURRAY 


SAM G. NADDIF 


JAMES NADEAU 


VALENCIA MAY 


"Frank" 


"Nick" 


"Sudsy" 


"Jim" 


NAPOLI 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To enter the 


"Val" 


cess in life. 


•a technical draftsman. 


a rich tycoon and travel 


field of Business Admin- 


AMBITION: To succeed 


Football 1 


Football 1, Basketball 1, 


the world. 


istration. 


in whatever vocation I 




Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 




Football 3, Physics Club 
4 


choose. 

Business Club 4, Italian 

Club 2, 3, Cadet Secretary 
4 




"Boy, am I glad I brought my lunch today! 



43 




«C ~r 



DANIEL WILLIAM 


EDWARD D. PACHECO 


KATHRYN M. PAGE 


PAULA M. PAGLIUSO 


JANICE E. PANKAUSKI 


O'ROURKE 


JR- 


"Katby" 


"Paula" 


"Jan" 


"Danny Boy" 


"Cheeks" 


AMBITION: To be a med- 


AMBITION: To succeed 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


AMBITION: To play bas- 


AMBITION: To make a 


ical secretary. 


in life. 


cess in college and be a 


ketball for the Celtics. 


million. 


Business Club 4 


Basketball 2, 3, captain 4, 


good elementary school 


Basketball 1, 2, 3, captain 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 




Softball 1, 2, 3, captain 


teacher. 


4, Cross-Country 3, co- 






4, Business Club, president 


German Club 3, Math 


captain 4, Baseball 1, 2, 






4 


Club 3, 4, Honor Society 


3, 4, Play Committee, Foot- 








3, 4, Physics Club 4, Col- 


ball 1, Yearbook Repre- 








lege Club 3, 4, Yearbook 


sentative, Sportsman Club 
3,4 








Representative. 






MAUREEN PAOLINO 


DIANNE MARIE 


RUSSELL PARE 


"Moe" 


PAQUIN 


"Russ" 


AMBITION: To become a 


"Dee Dee" 


AMBITION: To go to 


secretary. 


AMBITION: To be an 


college. 


Business Club 


airline stewardess. 


Russ is a transfer from 




Field Hockey 4, Business 


Central Catholic High 




Club 4 


School. 



WILLIAM PARIS FRED A. PAVONE 

"Billy" "Fred" 

AMBITION: To become AMBITION: To be 

a big success in life. brain surgeon. 
Cadets 1 




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'They don't call me crash for nothing! 



AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful in whatever I may 
choose to do. 


PATENAUDE 

"Peggy" 

"AMBITION: To be an 

artist. 




Majorettes 2, 3, Pep Club 
1, Play Committee 4, Prom 
Committee 4 





'You go yell at them; they won't listen to me 



CAROLYN PELLERIN 

"Twink" 
AMBITION: To be a med- 
ical secretary. 

Business Club Library 
worker. 



LORRAINE PELLERIN 

"Lorraine" 
AMBITION: To be a 
good secretary. 
Business Club 4 Library 
worker 4 








SANDRA PERILLO 
"Jack" 

AMBITION: To be a legal 

secretary. 

Business Club 



BARBARA PERKINS 
"Perky" 

AMBITION: To be a success- 
ful nurse. 

Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Coll. CI. 
3, 4, Talent Show 2, 4, Yrbk. 
Rep. 4 



MARCIA PERRAULT 
"Marsh" 
AMBITION: To always be 
happy. 

Cheering 3, 4. Yrbk. St. 4, 
Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Stu. Coun. 1, 
Sr. Play, Math CI. 3. 4, Russ. 
CI. pres. 3. 4, Phys. CI. 4. 
B & W 1, 3, 4. Fid. Hclcy. 2. 
Coll. CI. 3, 4. Folk Mus. CI. 4 



ROSA MARIA PERRONE 

"Rosa" 
AMBITION: To be a good 
secretary. 
Library Worker. 



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MARYALICE PETERS 

"Pete" 
AMBITION: To be happy 
and content. 

Folk Music Club 1, 3, 
French Club 3, 4, Senior 
Play 



VIOLA PICA 

"Vi" 
AMBITION: To become 
an airline stewardess. 




RICHARD RHODES 

"Dozer" 
AMBITION: To be a for- 
ester. 



BARBARA ANN RICCIO 

"Barb" 
AMBITION: To be a 
secretary. 

Basketball 2, 3, Business 
Club 4 




ROBERT ROTONDO 

"Bob" 
AMBITION: To be a 
success. 



ROBERT ROZZI 

"Bob" 
AMBITION: To be a 
Certified Public Account- 
ant. 
Business Club 



DIANE RUMORE 
"De De" 
AMBITION: To become 
a successful bookkeeper. 
Business Club 4 



NANCY J. RUSSELL 
"Ditto" 



Yrbk. Rep. 4, Majorettes 3, 4, 
Glee CI. 1, 2, 3, It. CI. 4, 
Bsktbl. mgr. 2, 3, 4, Play 
Comm. 



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ERNEST R. PICARD 

"Ernie" 
AMBITION: To be 
success. 






4 




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GAIL PICARD 

AMBITION: To become 
a secretary. 
Business Club 4 



GERARD QUINTAL 

'White Ghost" 

AMBITION: To attend 

the Washington School of 

Music. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4 President 
4 



PAUL B. REARDON ROBERT M. RHEAULT 
AMBITION: To become a " Bob " 

draftsman AMBITION: Architectural 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 Engineering. 




RANDALL RICCIO 

"Randy" 
AMBITION: To get the 
better things out of life — 
girls and money. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



THOMAS ROBICHAUD 

"Robie" 
AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful in life. 
Football 1 Basketball 1, 

2,3,4 



SUSAN ROBIDOUX 
"Sue" 
AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful. 
Business Club 



KATHLEEN ANNE 

ROBILLARD 

"Kat" 

AMBITION: To make a 

certain guy very happy. 



GAIL ROGER 
AMBITION: To lead a 
happy life. 




Let us pray.' 



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LOUELLA SAAB 


LINDA A. SABOR 


KENNETH P. 


RONALD ST. JEAN 


SUZANNE E. 


"Louella" 


"Linda" 


ST. AMAND 


"Saint" 


SCHRUENDER 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


"Ken" 


AMBITION: To own a 


"Suzy" 


a piano teacher. 


cess. 


AMBITION: To be a ma- 


package store. 


AMBITION: To become 


Band 1, Orchestra 3 


Business Club 


terials technician. 
Cadets 2, 3, 4 




a nurse and wife. 
Student Council 2, 3, 4, 
Senior Play Cast, Cheer- 
leader 3, captain 4, Math 
Club 3, 4, College Club 
3, 4, Yearbook Represent- 





FRANK SHRIGLEY 


JOANNE SIERPINA 


JUDITH SIMONIAN 


RONALD SIMONIAN 


MAUREEN SLATTERY 


"Snail" 


"Jo" 


"Judy" 


"Ronny" 


"Moe" 


AMBITION: To succeed. 


AMBITION: To teach 


AMBITION: To be an 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


AMBITION: To be an 


Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 


modern languages. 


elementary School Teacher. 


cessful commercial artist. 


artist. 




Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 


College Club 3, 4, Ger- 


Cadets 1, Art Club 4, Play 


College Club 3, 4, Blue 




Staff 3, 4, Honor Society 


man Club 3, 4, Senior Play 


Committee 


and White Staff 3, 4, 




3, 4, Math Club secretary 


Committee 




French Club 3, 4, Art 




4, College Club 3, 4, Rus- 






Club 4, Play Committee, 




sian Club 3, 4, Blue and 






Prom Committee, Junior 




White Staff 3 






Historical Society 3, Cadet 
Corps Secretary 4 




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'My hero ! 




TONY SCIUTO 


JANICE P. SHAFER 


"Shoots" 


"Jan" 


AMBITION: To succeed 


AMBITION: To receive a 


in life. 


college degree. 


Cadets 1, 2, Cafeteria 


Yearbook Staff 4, Honor 


worker 2, 3, 4 


Society 3, 4, Majorettes 4, 




College Club 3, 4, Math 




Club vice-piesident 3, pres- 




ident 4, German Club 3, 




4, Blue and White Staff 




1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2 




CARLENE SMERIGLIO 

"Carlene" 

AMBITION: To be a 
teacher. 

Pep Club, Glee Club, Rus- 
sian Club, Italian Club 



CAROLYN SMITH 

"Smitty" 
AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful and happy in what- 
ever I may do. 
Math Club 3, Pep Club, 
Yearbook Representative, 
Basketball manager. 






KATHLEEN SMITH 
"Kathy" 
AMBITION: To be an elemen- 
tary school teacher. 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ger. CI. 3. 
4, Math CI. 3, 4, Coll. CI. 3. 
4, Prom Comm. 4, Yrbk. St. 
4, Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Talent 
Show 4 



RONALD SOCIA 
"Ronnie" 


THOMAS SOUCY 

"Zeus" 


AMBITION: To be an 
artist. 


AMBITION: To join the 
Navy and take up a trade 


Cadets 1, 2, 3 


Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross 
Country 3, Gymnastics 
Club 



PHILIP C. SPARTA 
"Phil" 
AMBITION: To be a million- 
aire. 

FB 1, Cross Country 3, 4, 
Bsktbl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 
4, capt. 4, Folk Mus. CI. 4. 
Rangers Sportsman CI. 2, 3, 
4, pres. 2. 3. 4, ^ 





CHARLOTTE 


MARIA SQUADRITO 


SPINELLO 


"Maria" 


"Sparkle" 


AMBITION: To be a lit 


AMBITION: To be happy 


erature teacher. 


and successful in life. 


French Club 


Business Club Play Com- 




mittee 





"Pete, cut that out!" 






PETER THOMPSON 


THOMAS H. TINNEY 


"Bajuana Buck" 


"Tom" 


AMBITION: To become a 


AMBITION: To be a suc- 


war hero. 


cess. 


Cadets 1, 2, Track 2, 3, 


Track 3, 4, Football 4 


Football 2, 3 






THOMAS TRUSSELL 


LYNN D. TURCHI 


FRANK R. VACCARO 


MARTHE VENTI 


NANCY VETRONE 


"Mouse" 


"Turkey" 


"Frank" 


"Marthe" 


"Nancy" 


AMBITION: To make 


AMBITION: To be a history 

teacher. 

Fr. CI. 1, 2, It. CI. 3, 4, Jr. 

Hist. Soc. Blue and White St. 


AMBITION: To be a meat 


AMBITION: To be suc- 


AMBITION: To be a med- 


something of myself. 


cutter. 


cessful in my aims. 


ical secretary. 


Cadets 1, Track 2, 3, 4, 




French Club 4, German 


Italian Club 2, Travel 


Baseball 1, Cross Country 






Club 2, 3 


Club 2, 3, 4, Business Club 


2, 3, 4, Sportsman Club 3, 


Sftbl. 3, 4 






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KEITH R. STETSON 
'•Flash" 
AMBITION: To study engi- 
neering successfully in college. 
Track 2, Cross Country 3, Blue 
and White St. 1, photog. 4. 
Phys. CI. 4, Ger. CI. 3. 4. 
Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Coll. CI. 3, 
4, Play Comm. 4, Math CI. 
3, 4 



CYNTHIA L. 
SUZEDELYS 

"Cindy" 
AMBITION: To be an ele- 
mentary school teacher. 
Yrbk. St. 4, Blue and White 
St. 3. 4, Hon. Soc. 3, sec. 4. 
Fr. CI. 2, 3. v p 4. Coll. CI. 
3, 4, Math CI. 4, Ger. CI. 3, 
Play Comm., Orch. 1, 2 



MARYANNE SYLVIA 

AMBITION: To be suc- 
cessful in life. 
Business Club, Pep Club 
1, 2, 3 




ROBERT THESSE 
"Bob" 
AMBITION: To be just 
like Mr. Duncan. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



RITA J. THOMAS 
"Rita" 
AMBITION: To become 
a teacher. 

Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Italian 
Club 2, Russian Club treas- 
urer 3, 4, College Club 3, 
4, Play Cast 




MARY BETH TOBIA 
"Beth" 
AMBITION: To graduate 
from college. 

Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Col- 
lege Club 3, 4, Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Blue and White 
Staff 1, 2, 4, Math Club' 

3, 4, Russian Club 3, 4, 
Class Treasurer 1, 2, Stu- 
dent Council 4, Play Cast 

4, Field Hockey Manager 
2, Cheerleader 3, 4 



KENNETH J. 
TOMACCHIO 

"Surfer" 
AMBITION: To join the 
Navy. 

Cadets 1, 2, Italian Club 
2, 3 



RAYMOND J. TOOMEY 

"Ray" 
AMBITION: To become 
a Business Executive, 



RUSSELL C. TORRISI 

"Gunt" 
AMBITION: To become 
a draftsman. 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



ROSEMARY TRUSSELL 

"Rosemary" 
AMBITION: To become 
a nurse. 








PAULA VIEWEG 

AMBITION: To grow the 
world's largest geranium. 
French Club 1, Italian 
Club 3, Art Club 4, Play 
Committee, Prom Commit- 
tee 



BEVERLY ANN VOGEL 

"Bev" 
AMBITION: To work 
with children. 
German Club 1, treasurer 
2, College Club 3, 4, Pep 
Club, French Club 1, 2, 
Play Cast 



DAVID VOSE 

"Dave" 
AMBITION: To succeed 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cadet 
Drum Corps 2, 3, 4, Folk 
Music Club 3, Basketball 
2 



RICHARD WAITHE 

"Curly" 
AMBITION: To get to 
college. 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- 
ball 1, 2, Football 1, 3, 
Baseball 1 



WILLIAM WALSH 
"Bill" 

AMBITION: To be a me- 
chanical Engineer 







RALPH A. WERMERS 


NANCY J. WETMORE 


ROBERT WHITAKER 


DAVID J. WILK 


GEORGE WILLIAMS 


"Ralph" 


"Nana" 


"Hair" 


"Wilkie" 


"George" 


AMBITION: To be rich 


AMBITION: To become 


AMBITION: To graduate 


AMBITION: To be an 


AMBITION: To join 


Cadets 1, 2 


an elementary school 


from high school. 


accountant. 


Hawthorn. 




teacher. 




Physics Club 4 


Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas- 




Blue and White Staff 3, 






ketball 1, Cadets 1, 2, 3 




College Club 3, 4, Ger- 










man Club 3, 4, French 










Club 1, 3, 4, Pep Club 










1, 3, Play Committee 4 










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CHRISTINE A. 
WILSON 


WARREN W. WINSPER 
"War" 


PATRICIA WINTERS 
"Pat" 


"Chris" 
AMBITION: To do some- 
thing for others. 
Business Club 4 


AMBITION: To graduate 

from college. 

Cadets 1, 2, Football 1 


AMBITION: To be a 
legal secretary. 




RONALD WANTE 
"Munk" 


LORRAINE WATKINS 
"Laurie" 


AMBITION: To be a 

carpenter. 

Cadet 1, 2, 3 


AMBITION: To be 
airline hostess. 
Business Club 





'Go ahead ! Throw another spit ball! 



BRYCE C. WILSON 


CHERYL ANNE 


"Bryce" 


WILSON 


AMBITION: To become 


"Chey" 


a disc jockey. 


AMBITION: To be an 


Cadets 1, Folk Music Club 


X-ray technician. 


3, Play Committee 4 


Folk Music Club 4, Major- 




ettes 4 




MARION WINWARD 
"Winnie" 
AMBITION: To be an ele- 
mentary school teacher. 
Yrbk. Rep. Blue and White 
1, 2, 3. Pep CI. 1, 3, Fr. CI. 
1, Coll. CI. 3, 4, Math CI. 3, 
Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Chrldr. 3, 4, 
Stu. Dir. of Sr. Play 4 



JANE WORSTER 

"Jane" 

AMBITION: To be hap- 

py- 

Russian Club 3, 4, Senior 
Play Cast 4, Folk Music 
Club 4, 



DAVID M. 
WORTHINGTON 

"Dave" 
AMBITION: To become 
a millionaire. 
Cadets 1, Physics Club 4 



JUNE ANN ZARZOUR 

"Granny" 
AMBITION: To be a ma- 
rine biologist. 

Italian Club 2, Astronomy 
Club 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, College Club 3, 4, Sen- 
ior Play Cast 4 



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FRONT ROW (left to right): R. Gadwah, B. Hebsch, Co-capt. A. Daigle, Co-capt. B. Feugil, Co-capt. F. Nassar, M. Beshara, G. Flanagan, 
J. Buglioni. MIDDLE ROW (left to right): K. Wetmore, M. Koczat, W. Morrisey, R. Deschene, T. Tinney, W. Hutton, D. Johnson, J. Devine, 
R. Florenz, R. Kolifrath, S. Michaud, Student Manager L. Dole. BACK ROW (left to right): Head Coach Edward Kissell, J. Luccisano, 
R. Harnisch, J. Ellis, M. Angereri, F. Colizzi, D. Simili, R. Luciano, P. Karpowitz, R. Valcourt, J. Karvonis, R. Trembly, R. DiNatale, G. 
Lereu'ex, K. Hyde, Coach Lawrence Klimas, Coach James Smith. 





(left to right): Co-capt. Fred Nassar, Co-capt. Al Daigle, Co-capt. 
Robert Feugil. 



(left to right): Backfield Coach Lawrence Klimas, Head Coach 
Edward Kissell, Line Coach James Smith. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 




FRONT ROW (left to right): Co-capt. D. O'Rourke, J. Lafond, D. Collins, P. Sparta, P. O'Sullivan, J. Welch, F. Grillo, T. Trussell Co-capt. 
BACK ROW (left to right): Coach John Rimas, L. Beaulieau, D. Collins, J. Forrest, J. Bajor, P. May, S. Alliette, J. Kuncho (absent). 




Co-capt. D. O'Rourke, Coach John Rimas, Co-capt. T. Trussell 

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SENIORS 




TOM 



PHIL 




I did it! I did it!" 





PETE 



DAN 



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FIELD HOCKEY 




FIRST ROW: J. Haldane, J. Grasso, M. Bunce, J. Martone, J. Fugge, N. Appleyard, C. Dessinger, Coach Bailey SECOND ROW: A. Fraser, 
P. Kus, C. Mlechko, A. Hoehn, J. Allen, P. Waring, L. Howard, S. Zurwell. 




Co-Captain Janice Fugge, Coach Carol Bailey, and Co- 
Captain Jo-Ann Martone. 





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SENIORS 





JANICE 



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JEAN 



JOANNE 



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CHEERLEADERS 




FIRST ROW: Janet Eichler, Ellen Kenney, Marcia Perrault, Suzanne Schruender, Joyce Borrun, Barbara Lawton, Donna Fichera SECOND 
ROW: Marilyn Clarke, Jacquelyn Ciras, Eileen Cunningham, Beth Tobia, Marion Winward, Katherine Joy 






SUZY -<-ND MISS BAILEY 
(Advisor) 




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MARCIA AND ELLEN 




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BARB AND WINNIE 




MAL AND JACKIE 



EILEEN AND BETH 



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MAJORETTES 




STANDING: June DeGuglielmo, Nancy Ruffen, Harriet Kiriajes (captain), Susan Lipton, Christine McKenzie, KNEELING: Sharon Higton, 
Joyce Desrocher, Nancy Russell, Linda Aubert, Janice Shafer, Cheryl Wilson, Mary Ellen Harris, and Barbara Perkins. 




HARRIET AND MISS PEARSON 
(Advisor) 

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SENIORS 




LINDA AND NANCY 




HARRIET 




JOYCE AND BARBARA 




CHERYL AND MARY ELLEN 



FOOTBALL QUEEN 




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BASKETBAL 






FRONT ROW: A 
Welch, J. LeFond, 



Daigle, Mr. Rimas 
R. Carrier THIRD 



D. O'Rourke, J. Buglione, P. Sparta, P. May. SECOND ROW: R. Nicholson, J. Carney, M. Grasse, J. 
ROW: Manager W. Laffin, Manager R. Hoffman, J. Forrest, J. Bajor, R. Brown, C. Mersrobian 




Coach John Rimas and Captain Dan O'Rourke 



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SENIORS 







PETE 




JOE 




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PHIL 





'Would you like to be queen for a day?" 



Victory is sweet ! ! 






"It's a bird! It's a plane!' 



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BASKETBALL 




FIRST ROW: Susan Zurwell, Pauline Bibeau Carol MIechJm Paul* P r 



SEASON'S RECORD 

St. Pat's 

Salem 

BilJerica 

Chelmsford 

N. Andover 

Billerica 

Wilmington 

Dracut 

Salem 

Tewksbury 

Andover 

St. Pat's 

Won— 11 
Lost— 1 



53-12 
39-19 
25-35 
40-29 
27-26 
31-30 
40-25 
63-15 
45-26 
34-29 
39- 7 
31-17 



MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE CHAMPS 
1967 



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Co-captains Paula and Carole and Coach Bailey 



PAULA 



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PAULINE 



JOYCE 



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SENIOR 

CLASS OFFICERS 

Secretary Sara Hanson 

Vice-president Eileen Cunningham Treasurer Harriet Kiriajes 

President Peter May 



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JUNIOR OFFICERS 




Secretary Joyce Haddad 
President Russell Florenz 
Vice-president Judy Allen 
Treasurer Jennifer Haldane 



SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 




Vice-president Jeff Yanagi 
President Donald Crabtree 
Treasurer Margaret 

Donahue 
Secretary Lucy Coco 



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OFFICERS 
SEATED: Treasurer Cathy 
Brown, President Ann Gross, 
Secretary Nancy Langevin, 
STANDING: Publicity Chair- 
man Ann Zaccari, Advisor Mr. 
Law, Corresponding Secretary 
Joanne Pelletier 





SEATED: J. Pelletier, C 
Brown, A. Gross, N. Lapgevin, 
A. Zaccari, SECOND ROW: 
L. Heffernan, K. Bergin, A. 
Allston, Mr. Law, J. Men- 
donsa, L. Bardsey, THIRD 
ROW: N. Young, S. Schru- 
ender, T. LeClair, M. Tobia, 
F. Tulley 




SEATED: Mr. Gagne, M. Moynihan, M. Federico, W. Laffin, C. Suzedelys, T. Le Clair, SECOND ROW: 
D. Hillner, B. Lawton, C. Dobrzynski, B. Addison, J. Pankauski, B. Brown, M. Perrault, J. Sierpina, THIRD 
ROW: M. Tobia, J. Grossman, K. Smith, L. Barrett, K. Stetson, W. Kaupinis, J. Shafer, K. Lodge 




HONOR SOCIETY 



The Tenney High School Honor Society is the educa- 
tional and cultural organization of our school. The twenty- 
three members are all chosen from the top percentage of 
our class. The Honor Society contributes funds to WGBH 
educational Television, and to the Methuen Organ Hall. 
In addition to the annual Book Fair, our Honor Society 
has been running a bookmobile for the benefit of the 
students throughout the year. 



OFFICERS: Historian Mary Moynihan, President Mike Federico, Advisor Mr. 
Gagne, Vice President Bil Laffin, Treasurer Tom Le Clair, Secretary ynthia 
Suzedelys 



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FRONT ROW: J. Dipaolo, J. Mooshian, M. Bunce, Mr. Duncan, K. Lodge, D. Apkarian, M. Apkarian Kathy Brown, SECOND ROW: J. 
Eichler, A. Gross, N. Appleyard, A. Zaccari, K. Bergin, L. Goldblatt, J. Longo, L. Turchi, C. La Monica. THIRD ROW: S. Waitkewich, L. Heff- 
ernan, M. Perrault, C. Rickley, M. Clamp, A. Allston, C. Dobrzynski, M. Slattery, K. Lafitte, FOURTH ROW: C. Suzedelys, I. Kuceris, B. Addison, 
J. Shafer, C. Houston, B. Tobia, M. Murach, N. Young, L. Renner, FIFTH ROW: W. Kaupinis, W. Lafrin, K. Stetson, G. Shinner, J. Grossman 



BLUE AND WHITE 



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EDITORIAL BOARD: SEATED: Bill Kaupinis, Kim Lodge, Mr. Duncan, Janice Shafer, Ann Gross STANDING: Keith Stetson, Bill Laffin 



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Deborah Apkarian, Editor Bill Kaupinis, Mary Jeane Bunce 



Ilga Kuceris, Editor Janice Shafer, Chris Rickley 




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Advisor Mr. Duncan, 

Editor in Chief Kimberly Lodge 





Andrea Allston, Editor Barbara Addison, Kathy Bergin 



Glenn Shinner, Nancy Young, Editor Bill Laffin 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 




Jan, Tom, Joanne 



Kim, Mike, Cynthia 




FRONT R ) ': Mary Lee Moynihan, Kim Lodge, Ellen Kenney, Janice Shafer, Beth Tobia SECOND ROW: Kathy Smith, Ron Kobrenslci, Mr 
Lister, Bill Laffin, Barbara Addison THIRD ROW: Barbara Lawton, Marcia Perrault, Tom LeClair, Mike Federico, Cynthia Suzedelys, Joanne Sierpina 



Editor Ellen Kenney 
Advisor Mr. W. Earl Lister 






Art Editor Mary Lee 



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Business Staff Barbara, Kathy and Marcia 



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TROMBONES: 

E. Naylor 
E. Heffernan 
R. Rother 
L. Heffernan 
S. Zurwell 
S. Brain 
FLUTES: 
P. Weinstein 



C. Johnston 
BELLS: 

L. Saab 
TUBAS: 
G. Quintal 

D. Sierpina 
SAXOPHONES: 

H. Chadwick 



S. Brain 

M. Hyde 

W. Findeisen 
ALTO CLARINET: 

D. Hughes 
BASS CLARINET: 

J. Sierpina 
BARITONES: 

J. Davis 



D. Allen 
DRUMS: 
M. Bardsley 
R. Hebert 
R. Wunderlich 
J. Appleyard 
W. Atkinson 
S. Fisichelli 



FRENCH HORNS: 
K. Smith 

C. Bruce 

D. Frasca 
G. Mosher 

TRUMPETS: 
R. Hoffman 
J. Hollins 
J. Lippold 





Mr. Martin Tarlaian 






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TENNEY HIGH SCHOOL 
BAND 



For the past thirty years, our band has been under the 
direction of Mr. Harold Mc Donnell. Our beloved friend, 
Mr. Mc Donnell, retired after many years of dedication 
to the enrichment of music in Methuen schools. 

The year 1967 brought a new music supervisor and 
band director to Methuen. We bid farewell to Mac, and 
to Mr. Tarlaian we wish many prosperous years as director 
of our high school band. 




D. Vose 


W. Heffernan 


J. Wittemore 


R. Simoes 


E. Killim 


D. Kennedy 


T. Flanders 


B. Joseph 


S. Gallagher 


J. Monti 


W. Wood 


R. Landolt 


M. Grassi 


CLARINETS: 


R. Crawley 


F. Gattinella 


B. Addison 


S. Cloutier 


G. Sportum 


M. Federico 


S. Wood 


W. Lerned 


S. Wilson 


C. Chulada 


T. Rubeo 


H. Beggs 


R. Bohondoney 


R. Billewicz 


F. Joseph 


R. Hertrich 



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OFFICERS: 

Treasurer Elaine Heffernan 
President Jerry Quintal 
Vice President Mike Bardsley 
Secretary Barbara Addison 



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FRONT ROW: D. Johnson, W. Laffin, R. Thesse, R. Riccio, M. Beshara, Major P. May, Colonel R. Kobrenski, Lt. Colonel R. Waithe, Major W. 
Kaupinis, G. Bernardini, R. Beshara., R. Beaudoin, R. Burns, SECOND ROW: Mr. Morrissette, R. Torrisi, C. Catalano, D. Carter, T. Hargreaves, 
F. Murray, D. Bedard, W. Howard, R. LaCroix, R. Auferio, R. Foley, E. Pacheco, J. Carrier, Mr. Heubner, THIRD ROW: T. Matses, A. Barkley, 
D. LeBlanc, T. Dallon, C. Bruce, G. Kachadorian, J. Moschetto, G. Filteau, P. Reardon, M. Lariviere, K. St. Amand, C. Conley, A. Franciosa, 




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CADET BOARD 
CLOCKWISE: Mr. Heubner, R. Kobrenski, P. May, M. Beshara, G. Bernardini, 
R. Thesse, R. Beaudoin, R. Burns, W. Laffin, D. Johnson, R. Beshara, W. 
Kaupinis, R. Waithe. 



TOP RANK OFFICERS 
Drill Major Peter May, Colonel Ronald Kobrenski, Lt. 
Colonel Richard Waithe, Adjutant Major William Kaupinis 



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CADET CORPS 



Since 1894 the Methuen High School Cadet Corps has been an 
outstanding example of leadership, dedication, and self-sacrifice. 
The basic aims of the Corps is summed up in the Cadet Motto 
written by Rene J. Morrisette: 

First in importance is the development of basic military knowl- 
edge with high morale, and self pride, associated with true 
honor and the building of sound-discipline, based on wise 
leadership in a spirit of co-operation. 




ADVISORS 
Mr. Heubner, and Mr. Morrissette 




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ART 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Treasurer Pauline Bibeau 
Vice President Chris Devaney 
Advisor Mr. Melia 
President Chuck Bruce 
Secretary Pat Kay 





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FRONT ROW: J. Martone, A. Marcello, J. Eichler, P. Bibeau, C. Devaney, Mr. Melia, C. Bruce, P. Kay, K. Kalil, L. Hess, M. Patenaude. SECOND 
ROW: P. Vieweg, E. LeBlond, S. Allen, M. Groves, D. DiNatale, J. Ciras, J. Fugge, D. Beeley, S. Milad, H. Kiraijes, THIRD ROW: S. Jutras, 
B. Brown, L. Bardsley, L. Aubert, G. Bernidini, L. Eaton, L. Franciosa, D. Elias, M. Slattery, T. Mesiti, J. Pankauski, FOURTH ROW: S. Mixon, 
S. Hanson, W. Kaupinis, R. Simonian, P. May, E. Joaquin, J. Buglione, P. Bibeau, E. Cunningham, M. Moynihan 



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BUSINESS 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Secretary Donna Fichera, 
Vice-President Linda Floyd, 
Advisor Mrs. Morgan, 
President Paula Paghuso, 
Treasurer Linda Franciosa 





FRONT ROW: M. Feoli, S. Desrocher, C. Spinello, D. Fichera, L. Floyd, P. Pagliuso, M. Paleno, J. Haldane, D. Bellandi, SECOND ROW: M. 
German, D. Beeley, R. Audy, C. Croteau, B. Cottone, L. Giaruso, S. Diodati, J. Janoski, L. Hess, L. Giardano, C. Pellerin, THIRD ROW: D. Maziarz, 
V. Napoh, S. Giaquinta, M. Harris, N. Dube, J. Allain, P. Donahue, C. Diodati, C. Martin, M. Larkin, FOURTH ROW: D. DeFeo, N. Langevin, 
K. Curtis, D. Rumore, L. Sabor, S. Robideaux, K. Page, N. Vetrone, N. Jaworski, R. Karpowicz, FIFTH ROW: S. Perillo, S. Hanson, E. Cunningham, 
A. Barclay, B. Jacinto, D. Domoradzki, E. Buchholz, L. Pellerin, R. Rozzi. 



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FRONT ROW: K. Brown, J. Grasso, C. Houston, K. Lodge, J. Shafer, Mrs. Hershfield, R. Kobrenski, A. Gross, B. Hajjar, C. Avedisian, SECOND 
ROW: R. Thomas, J. Simonian, J. Borrun, M. Slattery, E. Kenney, M. Clarke, L. Turchi, J. Longo, J. Desrocher, K. Kalil, THIRD ROW: G. 
Hoffman, M. Clamp, J. Sierpina, J. Ciras, M. Perrault, B. Lawton, M. Groves, D. Hillner, C. Dobrzynski, B. Brown, FOURTH ROW: B. Addison, 
M. Fedrico, A. Kenney, T. LeClair, D. Elias, B. Vogel, J. Malindrino, C. Macoul, C. Suzedelys, L. Eaton, FIFTH ROW: J. Zarzour, D. Hughes, 
S. Brain, D. DiNatale, L. Kachadorian, L. Aubert, Panauski, M. Moynihan, J. Grossman, K. Smith, SIXTH ROW: P. May, M. Tobia, L. 
Barrett, K. Stetson, T. Ford, M. Bardsley, W. Kaupinis, W. Laffin. 




COLLEGE 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Treasurer Claudia Houston, 
Recording Secretary Kimberly Lodge, 
Vice-President Janice Shafer 
Advisor Mrs. Hershfield, 
President Ron Kobrenski, 
Corresponding Secretaiy Ann Gross 



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FRONT ROW: C. Wilson, K. Derry, J. Mooshian, N. Appleyard, D. Elias, Miss Zinninni, M Bunce P. Chapman J. Dipaolo A. Pellerin SEODND 
ROW: L. Liberfarb, M. McPherson, C. Adamson, S. Duquette, M. Groves, D. DiNatle, K. Joy, J. Beaudoin, J, Bourrun^ THIRD ROW. J. Wison, 
S. Steeb, L. Bruno, M. Donahue, P. McGarvey, J. Cote, H. Begg, L. 
W. Galarneau, M. Koczat. • 



Heffernan, P. Kay, FOURTH ROW: R. Sicord, R. Whittaker, L. Bachman, 



FOLK MUSIC 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 
Secretary Nancy Appleyard 
President Dennis Elias 
Advisor Miss Zaninni 
Vice President Mary Jean E 
Treasurer Paula Chapman 




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GLEE 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 
Judy Mooshian, Publicity Chairman 
Chris Dobrzynski, Secretary 
Miss Kfoury, Advisor 
Linda Kachadorian, President 
Gail Hoffman, Librarian 






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SF?or3n R ?^ J T M T°°l hia f n ' C- Dobrzynski, Miss Kfoury, L. Kachadorian, G. Hoffman 
SS"; h L-ebenfarb Y. Demers, M. Maynard, J. Arena, J. Zarzour, J. Dawson, 
THIRD ROW: J. Smargie, A. Bova, K. Kalil, C. Avedesian 



FRENCH 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

SEATED: Vice-President Cynthia Su2edelys 

Advisors, Mr. Gagne, Miss Kaim 

President Ann Gross 

STANDING: Treasurer Barbara Lawton 

Secretary Kim Lodge, Historian Linda Kachadorian 





™? N "L ROW: J une Lon g°> c Suzedelys, Mr. Gagne, Miss Kaim, A. Gross, E Heffernan 
SECOND ROW: E. Malo, B. Lawton, K. Lodge, L Kachadorian, D. Hughes' " e " ernan ' 
THIRD ROW: S. Jutras, B. Brown, T. Dallon, E. Gomes, B. Allen, T. Matses, C. Houston 
C Dobrzynski ' 



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FRONT ROW: B. Vogel, W. Laffin, M. Federico, G. Kachadorian, B. Addison, 

SECOND ROW: S. Brain, K. Smith, L. Barrett, Miss Dineen, K. Stetson, J. Shafer, J. Pankauski 

THIRD ROW: K. Brown, C. Dobrzynski, L. Kachadorian, G. Hoffman, D. Hillner 




GERMAN 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Treasurer Bev Vogel 
Vice President Bill Laffin 
Advisor Miss Dineen 
President Mike Federico 
Historian Glen Kachadorian 
Secretary Barbara Addison 



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FRONT ROW: L. Longo, J. Grasso, L. Turchi, D. Turchi, D. Samia 

SECOND ROW: J. Ciras, R. Bernier, B. Hajjar, K. Homsey, M. Clark, 

THIRD ROW: Mr. Agostino, C. Shea, C Dobeck, J. Hadad, K. Joy, D. Tevanian, M. Groves, N. Appleyard 

FOURTH ROW: L. Aubert, J. Dawson, P. Kay, J. Carney, F. Colizzi, S. Zurwell, C. Macoul, J. DeGuglielmo, C. Blanchette 



ITALIAN 
CLUB 



Secretary Jackie Ciras 
President Bob Bernier 
Advisor Mr. Agostino 
Vice-President Bette Ann Hajjar 
Treasurer Mai Clarke 
Historian Ken Homsey (Standing) 




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LATIN 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Secretary Donald Bohondoney 
Vice-president Cynthia Johnston 
President Jean Davis 
Treasurer Candace Bruce 




FRONT ROW: Mrs. Derby, C. Johnston, J. Davis, D. Bohondoney, C Bruce, 

SECOND ROW: K. Holland, C. Morley, G. Noble, V. Shaheen, S. Mingins, L. Liberfarb M. Petralia, S. DeChane, 



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RUSSIAN 
CLUB 



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OFFICERS: 

Secretary Carol Avedesian 
Vice President Joyce Borrun 
Advisor Mr. Agostino 
President Marcia Perrault 
Treasurer Rita Thomas 




KSl^n'^'/'u?] 1 ' m - A S° stin °. M - Perrault, R. Thomas 

SECOND ROW: M. Clamp, J. Malindnno, M. Tobia, D. Allen, L. Brackett, J. Worster, J. Sierpina 



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FRONT ROW: H. Chadwick, R. Turcotte, Mrs. Derby, L. Weshonko, S. Turchan, 

SECOND ROW: M. Kerr, K. Dallon, J. Smargie, L. Larivere, R. Titone, J. Smargie, M. Mikulus, 

THIRD ROW: G. Sportum, R. Majarian, M. Angelari, R. Shaw 



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SPANISH 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Treasurer Harold Chadwick 
President Rene Turcotte 
Advisor Mrs. Derby 
Vice President Linda Weshonko 
Secretary Susan Turchan 



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FRONT ROW: L. Turchi, J. Sierpina, G. Shinner, Mr. Smith, Mr. Fradette, J. Shafer, K. Brown, A. Gross SECOND ROW: A. Zaccari, D. Hillner, 
B. Lawton, M. Perrault, C. Dobrzynski, L. Heffernan, J. Longo, THIRD ROW: A. Kenney, C. Suzedelys, B. Brown, C. Houston, B. Addison, J. 
Faeber, M. Clamp, G. Hoffman, FOURTH ROW: J. Pankauski, J. Allen, M. Tobia, R. Beshara, T. Grossman, W. Kaupinis, M. Federico, K. 
Lodge, FIFTH ROW: L. Barrett, L. Leslie, K. Stetson, W. Laffin, R. Hoffman, T. Flanders, K. Smith, J. Lockaby 



MATH 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Recording Secretary Joanne Siepina 

Vice President Glen Shinner 

Advisor Mr. Fradette 

President Janice Shafer 

Corresponding Secretary Joyce Desrochers 

Treasurer Kathy Brown 




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PHYSICS 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

Treasurer Tim Ford 
President William Kaupinis 
Advisor Mr. Russell 
Vice-president Mike Federico 
Secretary Ellen Kenney 




FRONT ROW: Mr. Russell, T. LeClair, T. Ford, W. Kaupinis, M. Federico, E. Kenney, D. Wilk, M. Perrault SECOND ROW: A. Kenney, 
J. Arena, J. Pankauski, J. Shafer, J. Grossman, B. Beshara, K. Lodge, B. Addison, THIRD ROW: T. Dallon.P. McQuillan, L. Barrett, J. Nadeau, 
J. Hollins, D. Worthington, R. Kobrenski, FOURTH ROW: T. Matses, M. Alekel, W. Laffin, D. Allen, P. May, K. Stetson, 



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RANGER 

SPORTSMEN'S 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 
Vice-president Russell Florenz 
Advisor Mr. Rimas 
President Phil Sparta 
Treasurer Fred Nassar 
Secretary Bob Deschene (Not Present) 





™?£F ROW: T - Trussell, P. Ashworth, R. Florenz, Mr. Rimas, P. Sparta, F. Nassar, B Gilbert 
S2SK£52^ : J - Welsh> K - Wetmore - M. Koczat, B. Carrier, K. OConnell, T. Matses, 
S?TTDTu^U P \ I ? ^ sha "' R ' Hoffman - G Kachadorian, D. O'Rouke, W. Ahie, T. Flanders, 
FOURTH ROW: M. Grassi, J. Carney, B. Hebsch, P. May, J. Forrest 
FIFTH ROW: B. Blaney, D. Johnson, W. Laffin, 



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Bill crowns Joanne 



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Go ahead, Danny, I don't mind if you dance When I grow up and get to be colonel 

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THE CAST 

Student Directors 
Marion Winward 
Leo Croteau 

Count Dean Allen 

Letha Jane Worster 

Dirga Ellen Kenney 

Granny June Zarzour 

Model S Robert LaGrasse 

Fritzi Claudia Houston 

Buddy Timothy Ford 

Barbara Marcia Perrault 

Ron Michael Federico 

Tom William Laffin 

Bob Ronald Kobrenski 

Isobel Mary Alice Peters 

Eddie William Galarneau 

Evelyn Suzanne Schruender 

Merry Rita Thomas 

Nancy Mary Beth Tobia 

Frau Beverly Vogel 

Marvelini Charles Bruce 

Prompters 
Chris Dobrzynski 
Linda Eaton 
Beverly Ferrante 





Will you tell us a bedtime story, Count: 



I am Count Sore Throat pain. 




Model S, have you been drinking that cheap oil 
again ? 



Let's go for a walk around the moat. 



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Military Ball 



On a snowy winter's evening, February twenty- 
fourth, the Cadet Corps of Methuen High School 
held its annual Military Ball in the high school gym- 
nasium. This colorful event was the sixty-first in the 
seventy-three years of the corps' existence. 

The ceremonies opened when the senior cadets pre- 
sented their mothers with floral corsages. The drill 
squad competition was won by Company C, and Glen 
Shinner won the Junior drill competition. These 
ceremonies were followed by dancing, a first-run 
movie, a banquet, and professional entertainment. The 
Cadet Queen, Eileen Cunningham, and her attend- 
ants, Mary Beth Tobia and Carolyn Smith, reigned 
over the proceedings. 

This year, the corps was under the command of 
Colonel Ronald Kobrenski, Lieutenant Colonel Richard 
Waithe, and Majors Peter May and William Kaupinis. . 
The drill instructor was Mr. Alvin Huebner, and the 
advisor was Mr. Rene Morrissette. 



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CLASS DIRECTORY 



Abel, Kathy 116 Pleasant Street 

Addison, Barbara 118 Camden Street 

Ahie, William 84 Newport Street 

Albers, Bernard 1 Elsmere Avenue 

Allain, Joan 35 Gill Avenue 

Allen, Dean 2 Longwood Drive 

Allen, Sharon 77 Ayer's Village Road 

Arena, James 3 Greenhalge Street 

Arone, Joseph 39 Hardy Street 

Ashworth, Paul 5 Smith Avenue 

Aubert, Linda 1 Fern Street 

Audy, Rena 53 Cypress Avenue 

Aufiero, Richard 7 Queen Avenue 

Avedisian, Carol 69 Salem Street 

Barcay, Allen 8 Breen Avenue 

Bardsley, Michael 9 Noyes Street 

Barrett, Linda 49 Pinehurst Avenue 

Barrett Paul 8 Swan Avenue 

Barrett, Robert 41 Elm Street 

Beaudoin, Roland 6 Glen Forest Lane 

Beaulieu, Janice 6 Durrell Street 

Beaulieu, Laurence 6 Ruskin Avenue 

Bedard, Donald 20 Pleasant View Street 

Beeley, Dorothy . . . . ( 6 Kendall Street 

Bellandi, Diane 419 Merrimack Street 

Bernardini, Gregory 2 Newhill Road 

Bernier, Robert 4 Plymouth Street 

Beshara, Michael 6 Reservoir Street 

Beshara, Robert 6 Pleasant View Street 

Bib'eau, Patricia 46 Currier Street 

Bibeau, Pauline 46 Currier Street 

Bonanno, Brenda 165 East Street 

Borrun, Joyce 11 Fulton Street 

Bower, Edward 51 Pleasant Street 

Brain, Sally 255 Hampshire Street 

Brearley, Bonnie 45 West Street 

Brown, Beverly 4 Inglewood Terrace 

Brown, Cathy 15 Linden Street 

Brown, James 19 Wiscasset Street 

Bruce, Charles 10 Davis Road 

Buchholz, Edel 22 Haverhill Street 

Budenas, John 892 Riverside Drive 

Buglione, Joseph 404 Oak Street 

Bunker, Douglas 2 Alexander Circle 

Burns, Robert 15 Ashland Avenue 

Campione, Charles 10 Beechnut Street 

Carlson, Joyce 172 Oakland Avenue 

Caron, William 16 Home Street 

Carrier, John 9 Winchester Avenue 

Carter Donald 116 West Street 

Casale, Rosemary 7 Cochrane Circle 

Catalano, Anthony 24 Brook Street 

Chadwick, William 1 Capitol Street 

Chapman, Peter 19 Summer Street 

Ciardello, Michael 43 Hampstead Street 

Ciras, Jacquelyn 98A Hampstead Street 

Clamp, Marsha 8 Glenwood Avenue 

Clarke, Marilyn 6 Stoney Brook Road 

Coco, Sharon 10 Edgeworth Street 

Conley, Carl 40 Williams Street 

Corey, Ann 71 East Street 

Corsetto, Charles 25 Ashford Street 

Cote, Jeanne 443 Oak Street 

Cottone, Brenda 20 Fulton Street 

Courteau, Kenneth 10 Pinehurst Avenue 

Croteau, Cynthia 172 Pelham Street 

Croteau, Leo 6 Filbert Street 

Cubelli, Linda 8 Ridge Road 

Cunningham, Eileen 6 Bedford Street 

Curtis, Catherine 178 Oakland Avenue 

Cuscia, Ronald 1 West Ayer Street 

Daigle, Albert ■ 22 Arnold Street 

Dallon, Thomas 314 Pelham Street 

Dawson, Janice 4 Frederick Avenue 

Deardon, Sandra 151 Lowell Street 

DeFeo, Donna 30 Bates Street 

Demers, Yvette 7 Gteason Street 

Derouin, Richard 246 Pelham Street 

DeSantis, Dianne 24 Boylston Street 

Desrocher, Joyce 12 Merrill Street 

Desrocher, Shirley 16 Merrill Street 

Devaney, Christopher 529 Prospect Street 

Devine, Bart 146 Edgewood Avenue 



Devine, James 619 Forest Street 

DiNatale, Donna 12 Glenwood Avenue 

Diodati, Christine 25 Golf Avenue 

Diodati, Susan 55 Strathmore Road 

Dobeck, Colleen 109 Hampshire Road 

Dobrzynski, Christina : 47 East Street 

Domoradzki, Diane 201 Hampstead Street 

Donahue, Pamela 503 Lowell Street 

Dube, Nancy 8 Phillips Street 

Dupuis, Maureen 59 Center Street 

Eaton, Linda 15 Sawyer Street 

Elias, Dennis 318 Forest Street 

Faro, Jo-Ann 3 Green Street 

Federico, Michael 25 Oak Knoll Road 

Felix, David 19 Lexington Avenue 

Feoli, John 27 Arnold Street 

Feoli, Margaret 27 Arnold Street 

Ferrante, Beverly 132 Oakside Avenue 

Feugill, Robert 35 Larvel Avenue 

Fichera, Donna 5 Merriline Avenue 

Filteau, George 10 Cypress Avenue 

Flanagan, Walter 17 Tudor Street 

Floyd, Linda 21 Conrad Street 

Foley, Raymond 41 Pelham Street 

Forcier, Donna 803 Lowell Street 

Ford, Timothy 1 Fair Oaks Avenue 

Foster, Carol 30 Clinton Street 

Franciosa, Anthony 19 Timber Lane Avenue 

Franciosa, Linda 19 Timber Lane Avenue 

Francis, Robert 37 Meadowbrook Road 

Fugge, Janice 114 Pelham Street 

Gadwah, Ronald 222 Forest Street 

Gagnon, Linda 233 Lowell Boulevard 

Gagnon, Louis 16 Lyndale Avenue 

Galarneau, William 39 Glen Avenue 

Gaudreau, Jane 110 Elm Street 

German, Marie 2 Burgess Street 

Giaquinto, Sally 24 Buco Avenue 

Giarusso, Louise 28 Marrison Court 

Giordano, Lucille 218 Tenney Street 

Gomes, Edward 52 Ayer Street 

Grass, Elaine 3 Fulton Street 

Grasso, Joanne 369 Merrimack 

Greenwood, Kenneth 10 Grove Street 

Gross, Ann Marie 10 Central Street 

Grossman, Joseph 15 William Street 

Groves, Marion 14 Gage Street 

Guay, Leon 550 Oakland Avenue 

Gueli, Steven 13 Gleason Street 

Guide, John 16 Canobieola Road 

Hajjar, Bette Ann 50 Taylor Street 

Haldane, Jean 83 Pelham Street 

Hale, Paul 9 Park Street 

Hanson, Sara 29 North Street 

Hargreaves, Thomas 13 Maguire Street 

Harnisch, John 599 Prospect Street 

Harris, Mary Ellen 15 Strathmore Road 

Hebert, Bernard 52 Memorial Drive 

Hebsch, Barry 14 Hampton Street 

Heffernan, Elaine 167 Oakland Avenue 

Heffernan, Robert 46 Mystic Street 

Hess, Lorraine 23 High Street 

Hillner, Dorothy 121 North Lowell Street 

Hirsch, William 485 Prospect Street 

Hoegan, James 3 Ashton Place 

Hoehn, Robert 60 Baremeadow Street 

Hoffman, Gail 28 Jane Road 

Hoffman, Gail 28 Jane Road 

Hollins, John 609 Lowell Street 

Homsey, Kenneth 115 East Street 

Houston, Claudia 16 Quebec Street 

Howard, William 4 Annis Street 

Howshan, Phillip 27 Hackson Street 

Hughes, Donna 4 Burgess Street 

Hurley, Marion 490 Lowell Street 

Hutton, William 31 Madison Street 

Iannalfo, Kathleen 101 Birchwood Road 

Jacinto, Betty Ann 25 Forest Street 

Jacinto, Joseph 74 Ayers Village Road 

Janoski, Judith 170 Tenney Street 

Jaworski, Nancy 76 Clayton Avenue 

Joaquin, Edward 2 Oak Meadow Lane 

Johnson, Daniel 49 North LoVell Street 



Johnstone, Bruce 4 Sawyer Place 

Jutras, Sandra 4 Tyler Street 

Kachadorian, Glen 314 Hampshire Road 

Kachadorian, Linda 318 Hampshire Road 

Kady, Arthur 193 East Street 

Kalil, Carol 5 Center Street 

Karpowicz, Rita-Ann 194 Oak Street 

Kaupinis, William 95 Riverdale Street 

Kay, Patricia 48 North Street 

Keating, Neil 32 Coolidge Street 

Kenney, Arthur 72 Ayer Street 

Kenney, Ellen 5 Larchwood Road 

Kiriajes, Harriet 145 Oakland Avenue 

Kitson, Joyce 200 Tenney Street 

Klez, Richard Maple Street 

Kluk, John 100 Hampstead Street 

Kobrenski, Ronald 86 Edgewood Avenue 

Lacroix, Robert 130 Haverhill Street 

Laffin, William 87 Pleasant Street 

LaGrasse, Robert 70 Boston Street 

Lahey, William 33 Camden Street 

Lambert, Mark 10 Church Street 

Langevin, Barbara 123 North Lowell Street 

Langevin, Nancy 127 North Lowell Street 

Lariviere, Maurice 29 Lyndale Avenue 

Larkin, Frances 185 Broadway 

Larkin, Mary 73 Tower Street 

Lauretta, Paul 38 Ponderosa Avenue 

Lawson, David 202 Hampshire Street 

Lawton, Barbara 14 First Street 

Leblanc, Donald ; 6 Washington Court 

LeBIond, Marie 62 Garden City Road 

LeClair, Thomas 170 Warwick Street 

Lee, John 134 Oakside Avenue 

Lees, John 26 Hobson Street 

Lees, Richard 20 Laurel Avenue 

Lefebvre, John 46 Baremeadow Street 

Lemieux, William 49 Strathmore Road 

Limanni, Carol 5 Greendale Street 

Lippold, Judith 8 Wihthrop Avenue 

Lodge, Kimberly 6 Daley Avenue 

Longo, June 9 Freeport Avenue 

Lo'Stimolo, Sally 57 Oakland Avenue 

Luccisano, Roseann 108 Pelham Street 

Macoul, Elaine 15 Newport Street 

Malandrino, Janice 35 Coolidge Street 

Malenfant, Norman 20 Plymouth Street 

Malo, Edgar 510 Hampshire Road 

Marcello, Anna 304 Broadway 

Marcoux, Carol 3 Veneci Road 

Martin, Carolyn 57 Milk Street 

Martineau, Arthur 19 Clayton Avenue 

Martone, Jo-Ann 50 Longwood Drive 

Matses, Ted 4 Breen Avenue 

May, Peter 5 Bryant Avenue 

Maynard, Madeline 12l/ 2 Baker Street 

Maziarz, Dianne 18 Westland Street 

Mesiti, Theresa 137 Oakland Avenue 

McDonald, Donna 56 Hazel Street 

McQuillan, Peter 27 Cochrane Street 

Melvin, W. Michael 17 Vermont Street 

Messer, Charlotte 3 Spencer Street 

Messina, Maurice 56 Ayer Street 

Metzner, Paul 11 Daley Avenue 

Milad, Sadie 49 Calumet Road 

Miller, Steven 101 Bradley Avenue 

Milone, Sharon 3 Loring Road 

Mingins, Susan 47 Lowell Street 

Mixon, Suzanne Ill Lawrence Street 

Mlechko, Carole 14 Ashland Avenue 

Montefusco, Laurence 74 Somerset Street 

Mooshian, Judith 129 Center Street 

Morin, Patricia 294 Oak Street 

Moschetto, John 80 Edgewood Avenue 

Moynihan, Mary Lee 255 Howe Street 

Murray, Frank 22 Kenwood Road 

Murray, Nicholas 280 Howe Street 

Naddif, Samuel . 49 Lawrence Street 

Nadeau, James 17 Cherry Hill Circle 

Napoli, Valencia . • 30 Elaine Avenue 

Napolitano, Frank 35 Duston Drive 

Nassar, Frederic 9 Albion Street 

Naylor, Ernest 5 Lancaster Road 

Nelson, Roy 130 Butternut Lane 

O'Rourke, Daniel 38 Capitol Street 

Pacheco, Edward 14 Howe Terrace 

Page, Kathrine 53 Currier Street 

Pagliuso, Paula 32 Miller Street 



Pankauski, Janice 40 Palermo Street 

Panto, Marie 48 Baremeadow Street 

Paolino, Maureen 34 Worcester Street 

Paquin, Dianne 14 Kenwood Road 

Pare, Russell 142 Elm Street 

Paris, William 25 Canobieola Road 

Patenaude, Margaret 18 Brentwood Road 

Pauone, Fred 5 Farmington Avenue 

Pellerin, Carolyn 27 Dewey Street 

Pellerin, Lorraine 239 Hampstead Street 

Perillo, Sandra 32 Delmont Street 

Perkins, Barbara 26 Dewey Street 

Perrault, Marcia 21 Union Street 

Perrone, Rosa 51 West Ayer Street 

Pica, Viola 8 Ayers Village Road 

Picard, Ernest 9 Omeida Street 

Picard, Gail 9 Oneida Street 

Quintal, Gerard 45 Huntington Avenue 

Reardon, Paul 31 Phillips Street 

Rheault, Robert 58 Butternut Lane 

Rhodes, Richard 47 Sawyer Street 

Riccio, Barbara 51 Kenwood Road 

Riccio, Randall 9 Wallace Street 

Robichaud, Thomas 45 Colonial Road 

Robidoux, Susan 80 Clayton Avenue 

Robillard, Kathleen 35 Perley Street 

Roger, Gail 485 Lowell Street 

Rotendo, Robert 144 Hampshire Road 

Rozzi, Robert 11 Pleasant Valley Street 

Rumore, Diane 3 Arthur Street 

Russell, Nancy 671 Prospect Street 

Saab, Louella 23 North Street 

Sabor, Linda 31 Milk Street 

St. Amand, Kenneth 25 Forest Street 

St. Jean, Ronald 25 Maple Street 

Schruender, Suzanne 250 Oakland Avenue 

Sciuto, Anthony 6 Cochrane Street 

Shafer, Janice 34 Piedmont Street 

Shrigley, Frank 4 Nesmith Street 

Sierpina, Joanne 24l Washington Street 

Simonian, Judith 520 Merrimack Street 

Simonian, Ronald 532 Merrimack Street 

Slattery, Maureen 22 Sandra Lane 

Smeriglio, Carleen 119 Oakland Avenue 

Smith, Carolyn 50 Oakcrest Circle 

Smith, Kathleen 218 Oakland Avenue 

Socia, Ronald 19 Madison Avenue 

Soucy, Thomas 345 Hampshire Road 

Sparta, Philip 1 1 Parker Court 

Spinello, Charlotte 8 Edwards Avenue 

Squadrito, Maria 74 Davis Road 

Stetson, Keith 69 Clayton Avenue 

Suzedelys, Cynthia 7 Hampshire Road 

Sylvia, Maryanne 25 Joy Terrace 

Thesse, Robert 16 Linda Avenue 

Thomas, Rita 109 Boston Street 

Thompson, Peter 300 Hampshire Road 

Tinney, Thomas 9 Charles Street 

Tobia, Mary Beth 9 Pleasant Circle 

Tomacchio, Kenneth 26 Meriline Avenue 

Toomey, Raymond 75 Cross Street 

Torrisi, Russell 41 Queen Avenue 

Trussell, Rosemary 135 Harris Street 

Trussell, Thomas H8V2 Tenney Street 

Turchi, Lynn 39 Louise Avenue 

Vaccaro, Frank 420 Oak Street 

Venti, Marthe 34 University Lane 

Ventrone, Nancy 31 Linwood Avenue 

Vieweg, Paula 39 Maplewood Avenue 

Vogel, Beverly 10 Park Avenue 

Vose, David 42 Lincoln Street 

Waithe, Richard 166 Merrimack Street 

Walsh, William 19 Butternut Lane 

Wante, Ronald 3 Newhill Road 

Watkins, Lorraine 17 Roseland Street 

Wermers, Ralph 42 High Street 

Wetmore, Nancy 34 Westland Street 

Whitaker, Robert 25 Larchwood Road 

Wilk, David 132 Hampshire Road 

Williams, George 40 Pond Street 

Wilson, Bryce 7 Kimball Road 

Wilson, Cheryl 29 Larchwood Road 

Wilson, Christine 10 Northwood Drive 

Winsper, Warren 236 Lowell Street 

Winward, Marion 19 Windsor Street 

Worster, Jane 261 Hampshire Street 

Worthington, David 1 Emsley Terrace 

Zarzour, June 24 Baremeadow Street 



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